San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato
Tel: (415) 154-4193  |  Cel: (415) 100-1059
From the US: Phone +52 (415) 154-4193 
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Ride through a mesmerizing canyon in the heart of Mexico while you enjoy the spectacular scenery as you traverse our exhilarating trails

Join us on our half day excursion which lasts 5 hours to and from San Miguel de Allende, the 5 hours encompass the transportation to the ranch and back, a delicious ranch style meal, an in depth riding class and 2.5 hours of riding time with a short break in the middle. We will be riding though 2 working cattle ranches so don’t forget to bring your best cowboy hat!

Duration: 5hrs to and from San Miguel de Allende

$2,480 MX per person

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  • Bilingual guide
  • Ranch style lunch
  • Transportation
  • Water bottle
  • Insurance

Recommended Apparel:
  • Jeans or other pants
  • Long sleeve shirt
  • Close toed shoes
  • Sunglasses
  • Light sweater

What to NOT wear:
  • Sandals, crocs, or any other open toed shoe
  • Shorts
  • Heels
  • Skirts or dresses

  • COST Horseback + rappel: $3,250 MXN per person
  • COST Horseback+ hot springs : $3,250 MXN per person
  • COST Horseback + pyramid tour : $3,650 MXN per person

Our adventure begins by picking you up at our offices in downtown San Miguel de Allende and driving you out to our ranch located in Boca de la Cañada where your guide will give you a 10 min riding class. Any questions you may have after the class are promptly answered and you are then paired with your horse by our 4th generation cowboys, please note that these horses all take kids as young at 2 years old and people up to 85, they are all very tame and extremely well behaved. Once everyone’s stirrups are adjusted, we are off on our adventure.

We start by riding along the base of the canyon and have various opportunities to cross the river where you may get your feet wet, depending on the season, and you can give your horse a drink of water if they are thirsty. Throughout the ride there are several opportunities to gallop if you feel inclined to try, if not, a cowboy will stay behind and walk with those who would rather take it easy.
We will then begin our ascent until we reach the highest point of the canyon where you have the opportunity to rappel off The White Cliffs, our 50-meter (150 foot) cliffs (please let us know in advance if you would like to rappel). There we take a short beak to stretch our legs and snap some breathtaking photos of Coyote Canyon.

After the break we continue along the plains where you may see cattle roaming and cowboys herding them. We will then begin our winding descent to the base of the canyon where we will once again come to the river we crossed earlier. There will be a few more opportunities to gallop if you would like to do so and we’ll cross the river a few more times as we return to the stables.

Upon our arrival we are greeted with a delicious traditional ranch style meal prepared fresh at one of the homesteads. You will be served fresh cheese made that very morning, organic beans, quesadillas, nopales (cactus), freshly made tortillas, rice, salad, potato with egg, guacamole and salsas.

No riding experience is necessary to participate in our horseback adventures. Our horses are the most well tamed that you can hope to find anywhere in the world. Clients will receive a comprehensive introduction to horseback riding along with the proper security measures to ensure both a safe and exciting ride. Kids will be properly secured to their horses with a special harness and we will provide helmets upon request.