Horseback Riding in Alaska, an Awe-Inspiring Experience
A true Alaska horseback riding adventure awaits in the sprawling, mountainous forestry near the charming community of Cooper Landing. Nothing compares to the bond between human and beast, especially a majestic, well-trained stallion. There are many ways to explore the Chugach National Forest; must travelers lace up their hiking boots, board a helicopter, and even hook themselves to a zipline. But horseback riding in Alaska remains an awe-inspiring, old-world experience that should be included in every Trail Lake Lodge adventure-based package.
Setting the Scene: Horseback Riding in Alaska
The aptly-named Trail Lake Lodge rests along the water’s edge in-between upper and lower Trail Lake. We call the small but undeniably breathtaking village of Moose Pass, Alaska, home. Our quintessential Alaska lodge offers fully-customizable packages that can include Kenai Fjord cruises, guided Kenai River salmon fishing, helicopter sightseeing, glacier dog sledding, and, of course, horseback riding in Alaska. We collaborate with a local stable in nearby Cooper Landing. These tours meander past babbling streams, towering mountains, jaw-dropping lakes, and occasionally curious wildlife.
Alaska Horsemen Trail Adventures
We don’t want to spoil the surprise…Trail Lake Lodge collaborates with Alaska Horsemen Trail Adventures. This world-class operation not only provides the best horseback riding in Alaska, but the first-rate hospitality, heart-melting horses, and meticulously-planned routes are all second to none. These highly-praised Alaska horse adventures visit several quintessential destinations, including Kenai Lake, Crescent Lake, Devil’s Pass, and the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge. Most guided horseback tours are one, two, or four hours in length, but the folks at Alaska Horsemen always urge guests to piece together a customized trek. No prior experience is needed, but riders should be in good physical shape.
All-Inclusive Adventure Packages at Trail Lake Lodge
A half-day of horseback riding in Alaska can be combined with another adventure-based activity, including a Kenai River float trip, river rafting, or a kayaking expedition. Trail Lake Lodge’s adventure vacations, which typically last either five or seven days, include all meals, overnight lodging, activities, and even instruction. Each trip is unique because we let the guest choose the ventures, whether that’s five days of salmon fishing or 13 different activities jammed into one week. To learn more about these trail horse adventures, potential Alaska fishing trips, and our mountainside accommodations, please give us a call today at 1-907-288-3101.