In Gulliver’s Travels, Jonathan Swift imagined a world where horses were civilized and humans were the ones who lived in stables and served as beer-company mascots. Saddle up with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$70 for a one-bedroom package (up to a $150.90 total value)
- One-night stay in one bedroom with a double bed (up to a $69 value)
- One-hour horseback ride for two (up to a $70 value)
- Continental breakfast for two (up to an $11.90 value)<p>
$75 for a family-suite package (up to a $170.90 total value) * One-night stay in a family suite (up to an $89 value) * One-hour horseback ride for two (up to a $70 value) * Continental breakfast for two (up to an $11.90 value)<p>
$85 for a cabin package (up to a $191.90 total value) * One-night stay in one- or two-bedroom cabin (up to a $110 value) * One-hour horseback ride for two (up to a $70 value) * Continental breakfast for two (up to an $11.90 value)<p>
After resting up in rooms, family suites, or two-person cabins, visitors refuel with hearty continental breakfasts. The staff spreads morning eats, such as eggs, bacon, bagels, and danishes, washed down with sips of milk and fresh orange juice.<p>
Estes Park Horseback
The veteran equestrians at Estes Park Horseback let riders get an up-close look at the picturesque property of Elkhorn Lodge during year-round trail rides. The lodge is situated along the border of Rocky Mountain National Park. Consequently, horseback-riding excursions wind past several spectacular sights, including the Continental Divide and Old Man Mountain, easily distinguished by its inability to operate its smartphone. During winter months, snow-dusted paths stretch before riders, while spring and summer adventures trot along trails dappled with sunlight. Estes Park Horseback encourages guests to tote along cameras to capture scenic views and potential sightings of elk, bighorn sheep, and other animals roaming through the area.