17278
Quincy
Happy Trails: Saddle Up for an Intergenerational Ranch Adventure
Discover a world of cowboys and cowgirls, horses and cattle, pioneers and Native Americans as you and your grandchild build lasting memories on this great Western adventure.
Program No. 17278RJ
Length
5 days
Starts at
1,399
Getting There
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At a Glance

Ride ’em cowboys and cowgirls as you and your grandchild share a true western adventure at a guest ranch in beautiful Feather River Country. Experienced wranglers help you enjoy the thrill of horseback riding with emphasis on safety and self-confidence. Follow horse trails in a quiet mountain setting, along streams and through pine forests. Catch a fish, swim in the pool, and then relax around the evening campfire for a sing-along and s'mores.
Activity Level
Moderately Challenging
Walking up to two miles daily on varied terrain. Horseback riding up to three hours a day. Elevations up to 5,000 feet.
Small Group
Small Group
Love to learn and explore in a small-group setting? These adventures offer small, personal experiences with groups of 10 to 24 participants.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Enjoy authentic chuck wagon lunches and hear the local history with stories about pioneers, Native Americans, miners and ranchers.
  • Enjoy morning and afternoon trail rides tailored to individual skill levels
  • Compete in frog races, and kick up your heels in a line dance.

General Notes

This program is for grandchildren ages 9-12. For a comparable family adventure for all generations, check out program #21957!
Featured Expert
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Anne Warner
Traveling is Anne’s passion. Fascinated by cities and architecture, and equally at home in the jungle or mountain top, her adventures have taken her to Europe, China, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, Central and South America, Africa and Australia. Before launching her consulting business, Conservation Strategies, Anne served as Interim Executive Director for the Pan African Sanctuary Alliance and led conservation and education efforts for the Oakland and Oregon Zoos. Anne’s consulting focus comes from the conviction that Zoos and Aquariums are key partners for saving wildlife.
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Carol Shaffer
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