Head to Wyoming to explore a hidden gem sandwiched between two mountain ranges and wilderness areas.
Rich in Western history, Fort Robinson’s 20,000 acres is filled with beautiful buttes and rolling hills, making it the perfect fall destination.
Take in the enchanting geological beauty of the Badland’s Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
For a true getaway, ride and camp in Nevada’s Great Basin National Park, a vast region that offers solitude, stargazing, and endless wilderness trail riding.
Explore Texas with Horse&Rider’s trusted trail riding experts, Kent and Charlene Krone.
This summer, hitch up, and head to McCrystal Creek country in northern New Mexico’s stunning Sangre de Cristo Mountains.
As you prepare for spring trail rides, be prepared with must-visit destinations and camping tips.
Explore historic trails with Kent and Charlene Krone and plan your next riding adventure.
This fall, saddle up, and enjoy the beauty of South Dakota’s verdant oasis.
Southeast Arizona offers trail riders rugged beauty and a taste of the Old West.
Trail riders Kent and Charlene Krone reminisce about Charlene’s first horse, an Appaloosa named Buckwheat, in this month’s Inspired Rider column.
Don’t let fear of traveling alone get in the way of your dream riding adventure.
This summer, hitch up your trailer, load up your horse, and drive down Highway 101 along the Oregon coast for spectacular beach riding.
Trek through the Pecos Wilderness in northern New Mexico from an accessible, drive-in horse camp.
Kent and Charlene Krone share their trail-riding journeys.