Most reviewed Equestrian Trails in Washington

  1. 4.5 Centennial Trail (575 reviews)
    - Worth a special trip!
    Biking Trails • Equestrian Trails • Hiking Trails
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    This 40 mile paved, car-free trail bordering the beautiful Spokane River has something for everyone: running, hiking, biking, horseback riding and canoeing. The Spokane River Centennial Trail is the backbone of the recreational trail system in eastern Washington and north Idaho, welcoming over 2.5 million users annually. See more..
  2. 5.0 Leavenworth Sleigh Rides (293 reviews)
    - A Pre Christmas must do!
    Thursday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Spent 1-2 hours Equestrian Trails
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    Just like the good old days only better. A two horse sleigh, clean crisp winter air, the crunch of fresh snow, open meadows, snow covered trees, and the babbling waters of Beaver Creek, sleigh bells and the carol of your choice. Enjoy a hot spiced cider by the open fire. See more..
  3. 4.5 Larry Scott Memorial Trail (42 reviews)
    - A great trail for walking and biking
    Spent More than 3 hours Biking Trails • Equestrian Trails • Jogging Paths & Tracks
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    We walked from the Port Townsend boat dock down to the 2.5 mile marker and back. But you could go much further, a total of 7.5 miles one way. The trail is very well marked and maintained. Much of it is wide gravel or even paving. There was good tree cover most of the way after leaving the harbor area. You could also start from the other end at the Milo Curry trailhead off Discovery Road near the Four Corners. Go left at the Shell station. See more..
  4. 3.5 Honey Pearl Ranch (21 reviews)
    - Worth Every Penny...
    Spent < 1 hour Equestrian Trails
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    This attraction was made for your young daughter. Horseback riding right on the shore. Very gentle and docile horses made for a lifetime memory for my young gals. Rides are an hour long for 20 bucks and--think about it--you could blow that much with three go-cart rides in less than 20 minutes. All the wranglers are proficient, alert, and very safety conscious. We're in day three of our Spring Break, and I'm sure that we will cave in to our little gals, and they will be on those horses tomorrow. And the day after... :) See more..
  5. 5.0 Orcas Island Trail Rides (18 reviews)
    - Awesome Ride!
    Thursday: 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Equestrian Trails
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    Highly recommend! Nice horses, great guide and beautiful scenery. We spent 10 days in Washington/Oregon. My husband, not a horse person, said this was one of the highlights of the trip! See more..
  6. 4.5 Paradise Valley Conservation Area (14 reviews)
    - Great sets of Hikes - Go solo or as a group
    Biking Trails • Equestrian Trails • Hiking Trails
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    Awesome hike. I suggest hikers to take a picture of the map posted at the entrance because this area has multiple trails and it could get confusing if you dont have a map. The map pics I took were KEY to our hike. We hiked 6.3 miles through a full loop by going on the mainline trail, then the Bigleaf, then the Southern Traverse, then the Wetland Plateau and the last 0.6 of a mile back to the mainline trail to the parking lot. Total hiked 6.3 miles. You have tons of options and types of trails. EXCELLENT system of trail markins... I'm impressed at the awesome work of this area's volunteers. We got confused on some options but my map pics we went back on track. The place is amazing and it's probably one of the best options in Woodinville for hikers like me that like 5+ mile hikes but perfect for any level/milage of preference because there are lots of options. Last advice, don't bring ANY valuables with you or in your car. Overall: Highly enjoyable place See more..
  7. 5.0 Soos Creek Trailhead (7 reviews)
    - Great Trail!
    Equestrian Trails • Hiking Trails
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    Pretty good for a paved trail. Lots of people and bikes but that's because it's a nice trail to walk and ride. Parking can be a bit tricky but there are other trailhead points that offer a bigger parking lot. Get your steps in and walk this trail! See more..
  8. 4.0 Methow Community Trail (1 review)
    - Easy multi use trail
    Spent More than 3 hours Biking Trails • Equestrian Trails • Hiking Trails
    Gentle mountain bike/hiking trail . Many options as to where you can go. Mazama is pretty central to the trail, but you can access the trail from numerous trail heads near highway 20. Good beginner trail. See more..

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