Alberta Backcountry Equestrian One-Day Trail Guide

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Rocky Mountain Books Ltd, Feb 1, 2011 - Sports & Recreation - 224 pages
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Everything you need to know to explore on horseback. Packed with interpretive notes on wildlife, plants, geology, local history and horse language, this book tells you where to go, how to get there and what to do to have a successful one-day ride.

 

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Contents

Foreword
The Horse
First
Trailering
Kananaskis Country
Eagle HillTrail Tom Snow Trail
Little ElbowCampground and Trailhead
PowderfaceRidge Trail Ford CreekTrail Wildhorse Trail Little Elbowand Big ElbowTrailLoop Rides Little ElbowBig Elbow Trail
Mesa Butte Campground
Sandy McNabb Equestrain Campground Foran GradeWindy PointDeath Valley Trail Loop Missing Link Trail
Blue Rock Equestrian Campground
Suggested Southern Alternatives
The Ya HaTinda The Ghost
Yamnuska Epilogue
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About the author (2011)

Pam Asheton, a former riding instructor with the British Horse Society, lives on a ranch outside Cochrane, Alberta. She is a regular trail rider and a backcountry aficionado. Her writing has appeared in Alberta Country, Canadian Cowboy Country, Western Horseman and the Cochrane Eagle.

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