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From Las Vegas: Maverick Ranch Breakfast and Horseback Ride37 Reviews
Rise and shine for a big breakfast including eggs, bacon, sausage, potatoes, pancakes, and more at The Maverick Ranch on this morning out from Las Vegas. You'll ride out into the hills with friendly ranch hands for an authentic cowboy experience.
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- Dine on a hearty ranch breakfast including eggs, bacon, sausage, pancakes, and more
- Experience cowboy life as you ride out into the hills alongside real wranglers
- Escape the hustle and bustle of Las Vegas and spend the morning in the charming atmosphere of the ranch
DescriptionAfter an early start to a fantastic day out, this tour will give you a glimpse into the western cowboy life with a ranch breakfast and ride into the rising sun. You'll be picked up early from your Las Vegas hotel and driven out to the Maverick Ranch. Upon arrival, the ranch hands will pack up the horses and take you out on a ride where you can admire breathtaking views of the nearby mountains. Riding along the same trails traveled by early explorers and cowboys, you'll get an authentic feel for ranch life. Once you've worked up a bit of an appetite, enjoy an authentic western-style breakfast back at the ranch. After filling up on eggs, pancakes, bacon, sausage, potatoes, ham, toast and orange juice, you'll be dropped-off at your Las Vegas hotel.
IncludesBreakfast Riding Equipment Helmets (if requested) Beverages Transportation from your Las Vegas Hotel Guide/Wranglers
- All children 12 years old and under will be required to wear a helmet on this ride Children must be 6 years and older Due to the nature of this tour, riders weighing more than 250 pounds cannot be accommodated and pregnant women are not permitted to ride If you want a vegetarian meal, please request the activity provider in advance This is a single file trail ride. Due to safety regulations, guests are not allowed to run or gallop the horses on the trail