Wyoming and Idaho Horseback Riding Adventures

Let Dry Ridge Outfitters be your guide for a scenic Wyoming Horseback Ride. We offer Trail Rides, Pack Trips and Drop Camps,. Enjoy the beauty of a horseback ride in Yellowstone National Park and the inspiring Grand Teton Mountains.

Welcome to our site! We appreciate your interest in riding with us but at this time, Kevin and I are not taking anymore reservations for the 2021 summer riding season as our calendar is completely full. We will begin next ,years reservations for 2022 in mid-October.

BUT.. Dry Ridge is still offering 1, 2 and 3 hour horse rides at Harriman State Park. If you'd like to ride with Russ and Margo Little please call 208-558-7433. They are open until late October.

As we enjoy these great views of the Tetons and Yellowstone, we never forget how truly blessed we are to have these mountains in our backyard. It won't be long before the Teton Range will be covered in white again and as we make this change in season, stay tuned to next years adventures!

Then....join us for a horseback ride through some of the most beautiful areas of Wyoming and Idaho. Our sure-footed, mountain-bred horses and experienced guides will take you on a picturesque pack trip or trail ride through this Rocky Mountain region. We’ll journey through fields carpeted with wildflowers and tall grasses, watch the sunlight dance upon the rippling waters of clear alpine lakes, and cast our gaze at the dramatic vistas of the Teton Mountains.

In addition to our Idaho and Wyoming horseback adventures, we offer pack trips in Yellowstone National Park’s Bechler region. The Bechler is in the southwest corner of the Park. Perhaps, the nickname, "the Cascade Corner" offers the best description of this area due to the abundance of waterfalls and river crossings. It truly is a beauty that everyone should experience.

Whether you venture to the Tetons or Yellowstone, you'll be sure to enjoy a leisurely trip. Moose, elk, deer, and sandhill cranes are there for the viewing as we ride through the spectacular natural settings. Pristine lakes and open meadows frame these long-distance views of the famous Grand Teton peaks.