Spring has sprung. Time to get out and enjoy the beauty and splendor of it all outside on a trail with your horse and some friends. You must first be sure that you and your horse are ready. Charlotte Gorton shares tips on making sure your trail outings are the best they can be.
Follow along with a group of local riders who experienced an overnight trail ride adventure to the American Canyon camp in the Los Padres National Forest. Either live vicariously through them or be inspired to plan your own journey. Sharon Jantzen captures their story of one epic overnight trail ride experience.
This is your year to Get Going! Explore the wonder and beauty of the SLO County trails from the best place on earth, the back of a horse. Sharon Jantzen pulls together stories about places to ride in SLO County. To keep this info at your fingertips we have developed a Hot Sheet that will direct you to all these stories.
Black Bear Equestrian Camp is located at the end of this meandering road, tucked away from the activity of Lopez Lake Recreational Area, yet close enough to enjoy if desired. My friends, who have booked the camp for a few days, know the area well. Several horse trails are directly accessible from the Equestrian Camp. Sharon Jantzen takes us on a personal tour of Black Bear Equestrian Camp located in San Luis Obispo County.
The beach provides beauty at every turn, yet watch out for the Bugaboos that can turn a lovely ride into an adventure. Sharon Jantzen shares her own little adventure and provides insight on how to deal with “Beach Ride Bugaboos”.