Without sleighs, children wouldn’t be awoken by the gentle patter of reindeer hooves, but by the high-pitched beep of Santa Claus backing up his U-Haul. Glide over snow in style with today’s Groupon to Idaho Sleigh Rides in Garden Valley.
$10 for a 40-minute sleigh ride for one (up to a $20 value)
- Complimentary hot beverage after ride
- Children aged 3 and younger ride for free<p>
$20 for a 40-minute sleigh ride for one person with a cowboy cuisine meal (up to a $40 value) * Each Dutch oven-style cowboy cuisine meal includes the following: - Top sirloin roast - Dutch oven potato - Green beans - Bread - Cobbler * Children aged 3 and younger ride and eat for free<p>
$99 for a 40-minute private sleigh ride for up to 12 people (up to a $200 value) * Complimentary hot beverages after ride * Children aged 3 and younger ride for free<p>
Idaho Sleigh Rides pulls yuletide revelers through the scenic, frozen terrain of Garden Valley. During seasonal sleigh rides, which last for about 40 minutes, brother horses Poncho and Cisco guide riders over hill and dale as warm blankets and dulcet jingle bells lull guests into a hypnotic holiday trance. Dutch-oven-style meals combat wintertime hunger pangs with classic heartland sides such as potatoes and green beans, and complimentary hot beverages after your ride help voyagers combat cold weather caused by Earth’s distant position relative to the sun or by an evil dictator’s mandate that ice covers all Plains States.
Though Idaho Sleigh Rides sometimes offers a discounted rate online, this Groupon still presents the best deal available.
Idaho Sleigh Rides
Once snow hits the ground, Idaho Sleigh Rides celebrates the season by transporting riders across the wintry wonderland in horse-drawn sleighs and opening up snowflake-festooned terrain for tubing and snowmobiling. Sleighs run with the help of equine employees Poncho and Cisco, four-legged brothers that earned their wagon-pulling chops at the Rose Bowl Parade and Boise Holiday Parade. Idaho Sleigh Rides slings Dutch-oven-style meals built from roast, potatoes, and cobbler, as well as buckaroo burgers, to prevent guests' rumbling stomachs from disrupting the bucolic stillness or sleep patterns of temperamental yeti.