Horseback riding provides an opportunity to explore grassland prairies, wetlands, sand hills, lakes, river valleys, Boreal Forest and the Precambrian Canadian Shield.
Guides and tour companies provide various types of horseback riding adventures. Some of the adventures include pack trips, wilderness trail rides, cattle drives and wagon rides.
Most of the Saskatchewan horseback riding adventures and trails are located in the central and southern regions of the province. The riding outfitters provide a bevy of services like accommodations, meals, horses, gear, lessons and boarding for horses.
Horseback riding adventures operate from Saskatchewan guest ranches and working ranches. The accommodations may be in the form of a lodge, rustic backcountry cabins or a bed and bale (bed & breakfast with horse boarding).
Guest ranches and working ranches are located throughout the province. Some of the horseback riding ranch destinations include Prince Albert, Swift Current, Carlyle, Yorkton, Saskatoon, Regina, Wawota, Southey, Kindersley, Debden, Duck Lake, and Lloydminster.