Yellowstone National Park, Horseback Riding
Yellowstone National Park's caldera is 30 miles wide by 45 ;miles long in a roughly oval shape and encompasses Yellowstone Lake, with depths of 430 feet, and the Yellowstone River. One and two-hour trail rides on the eastern side of Yellowstone can be found on the road between fishing bridge and Canyon Village near the Yellowstone River.
The volcanic nature of Yellowstone National Park accounts for the many geysers and hot springs including the famous Old Faithful Geyser, named because of its predictable nature. The area near Canyon Village is called the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone and shows the result of superheated ground water that conveys chemical and minerals to the surfaces and colors the rocks.
Near the riding stables, the Yellowstone River has cut a canyon with rocks colored by minerals and is viewable from Artists Point
Yellowstone National Park Horseback Riding is available just south of Canyon Village near the Yellowstone River and at two other locations, Roosevelt and Mammoth
Other locations are at Roosevelt and at Mammoth. Rides are either one or two hours
Yellowstone National Park Horseback Riding offers rides through forest and meadow grown over the sunken caldera of an ancient volcano that last erupted 640,000 years ago.
Yellowstone National Park, Horseback Riding is available just south of Canyon Village near the Yellowstone River and at Roosevelt and at Mammoth.