Best Alberta Horse Trails

Alberta has 6 horseback rides.

Located in Canada, the horseback riding in Alberta offers a half-dozen good horse riding options. The best Alberta horseback riding based on popularity are considered to be Ya Ha Tinda Ranch, North Boundary Trail, South Boundary Trail, Tonquine Valley Trail, and Lake Louise. For a detailed trail description and printable trailhead map, just select a Alberta horseback riding trail below.

Featured HORSE TRAILS

Banff National Park - Southern

Near Banff, the southern half of Banff National Park has numerous trails of varying levels of difficulty open to horseback riding. There are several staging areas throughout the park that permit overnight corrals. These include: Pipestone River Trailhead off Slate Road, Mosquito Creek trailhead, Saskatchewan Crossing Resort, and Nigel Creek Trailhead.  MORE INFO

Lake Louise

Northwest of Lake Louise, the northern half of Banff National Park has numerous trails of varying levels of difficulty open to horseback riding. There are several staging areas throughout the park that permit overnight corrals. These include: Pipestone River Trailhead off Slate Road, Mosquito Creek trailhead, Saskatchewan Crossing Resort, and Nigel Creek Trailhead.  MORE INFO