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Mt Crested Butte Stables

Almont Stables



For the safety of both the riders and horses,
 the minimum age for trail rides is 8 and the maximum weight is 225 pounds.  

Summer Rides From the Mt Crested Butte Stables
The 1 hour ride on Snodgrass Mountain has a little bit of everything you look for on a mountain trailride.  We ride through wildflower fields, cross streams, pass beaver ponds and wind a bit though an aspen grove before returning to the stables.    
The 2 hour ride on Snodgrass Mountain is our feature ride. It has all of the 1 hour ride but continues through the aspen grove climbing the mountain to over 10,000 ft in evevation before returning to the stables.

(available starting August 29)

Oh-Be-Joyful Wilderness Adventure

            This adventure starts by riding through the slate river.  After crossing the river you will enter the Raggeds Wilderness Area following  Oh-Be-Joyful Creek up the valley passing several waterfalls along the way.  This  adventure takes you up towards Democrat Basin where you will find fantastic views, and high mountain ponds. This trip is available starting August 31.

Rustler's Gulch Wilderness Ride

      A beautifull ride up the gulch to an old mine site.  Rustler's Gulch is located in the Maroon Bells Wilderness Area and has some of the best wildflowers in the area.  This trip is available starting August 31.


Ferris Creek  Ride

  This is a beautiful ride that starts from the Brush Creek valley and loops around strand hill.  The ride starts out on a logging road going through beautiful country, then the second half is through some very rugged and technical terain.


1 hour rides on the Almont Triangle
                  We depart from our stables in the town of Almont.  Almont is located 15 minutes south of Crested Butte along Highway 135. On this trip you will climb up the mountain following interesting rock formations and trees.  The early morning trip will usually see big horn sheep and mule deer along the trail.  After the initial climb you will ride along the rim of Taylor Canyon with great wiews of the river below. We travel across the Almont Triangle which is critical winter grazing land for our elk, deer, and big horn sheep.   The descent back to the stables will have great views of mountain ranges off in the distance.  This trip is avalable May 16 through May 31.


The winter horseback experience is at 1:00 or 3:30 

We meet in the Almont Resort Parking lot before ride time and then we head over to the horse corrals together.   After we get everyone loaded up we journey through the snow on a one hour horseback ride plus a stop in the middle for hot coccoa by the fireplace.  We often see elk, mule deer,  big horn sheep, and bald eagles.  After the ride we feed the horses some treats and set them free.  We are usually finnished in about 2 hours.

 Pricing is available on the 2023 price list page of this website

Your Questions are Always Welcome!