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Horseback Riding in Lassen

Lassen's State Parks have developed many equestrian trails.

Please scroll down to review a list of trails, stables, and guided tours


Featured Lassen Hotels
Featured Lassen Hotels

Lassen Horseback Riding

Drakesbad Guest Ranch

End of Warner Valley Road Chester, CA       (530) 258-9702

There are a wide variety of outdoor activities for guests to enjoy at Drakesbad including; wildlife viewing, fishing horseback riding. canoeing on Dream Lake and hiking.

Gold Lake Stables & Graeagle Stables

Graeagle Stables located on Hwy 89 in Graeagle and the Gold Lake Stables located in the Gold Lakes Recreation Area.

Greenhorn Creek Guest Ranch

2116 Greenhorn Ranch Rd Quincy, CA     (530) 283-0930

Plan your next Dude Ranch Vacation at our Guest Ranch in Quincy, California, just 70 miles from the Reno Tahoe Airport.  Serving up the best hospitality in the west, Greenhorn Creek Guest Ranch, a western ranch resort, offers horseback riding, fishing and hiking in rustic ranch setting.  Why do our guests say we are their favorite family dude ranch vacation spot?

Plumas Pines Riding Stables

3000 Almanor Dr., West Lake Almanor, CA     (530) 259-5170

Quincy Stables

39285 Hwy. 70,  Quincy, CA      (530) 283-0844

Red’s Meadow Ranch 

Red's Meadow Ranch 1850 "C" Rd., Clio, CA     (530) 836-1866

Bizz Johnson Trail

Following the old Fernley and Lassen Branch Line of the Southern Pacific railroad, the trail winds 25.4 miles from Susanville to Mason Station. For the first 16 miles, the trail follows the Susan River. As it winds through the rugged Susan River Canyon, the trail crosses the river 12 times on bridges and trestles and passes through two tunnels. The landscape is a combination of semi-arid canyon and upland forests of pine and fir.  The trail then follows existing roads an additional 4.5 miles into Westwood, where a railroad station type kiosk and a 25-foot carved redwood statue of Paul Bunyan mark the Westwood trailhead.

Heart Lake Trailhead

A non-motorized National Recreation Trail ideal for hiking and equestrian use, the Heart Lake trail is 4.7 miles along Martin creek with scenic views of Lassen Peak and Brokeoff Mountain.

Pacific Crest Trail

The Pacific Crest Trail, or the PCT, is arguably the most famous of the nation`s designated National Scenic Trails.  Winding its way through spectacular vistas from Mexico to Canada, the PCT stretches 2,650 miles through California, Oregon, and Washington.  The Almanor Ranger District is home to 66 miles of the trail (including the 1,325 mile halfway point!) and provides multiple trailheads and access points. The PCT is a non-motorized trail designed for hiking and equestrian use.  Portions of the trail are covered by snow in the winter months, but snowshoeing is encouraged.


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