Horseback riding in Wyoming’s Bridger-Teton National Forest
Jackson, Wyoming horseback riding vacation
This was my first time on a horseback riding vacation in Wyoming and Jackson Hole did not disappoint. My home base for the week was Jackson Fork Ranch in tiny Bondurant, Wyoming. After feeding the bison at the ranch, learning to drive a Percheron team of horses and fly fishing on blue ribbon trout streams, the folks at Jackson Fork Ranch took me horseback riding in Wyoming’s Bridger-Teton National Forest.
Located in western Wyoming, Bridger-Teton National Forest, at 3.4 million acres, is the third largest National Forest outside of Alaska. If you enjoy horseback riding in wide open country – perhaps an overnight pack trip – I highly recommend a horseback riding vacation with Sleeping Indian Outfitters – great horses and excellent guides.