Best British Columbia Horse Trails

British Columbia has 4 horseback rides.

Located in Canada, the horseback riding in British Columbia is known for four scenic horseback trail rides. The best British Columbia horseback riding based on popularity are considered to be Kakwa Provincial Park, Cultus Lake Horse Trail, Omineca Trail, and Yoho National Park. For a detailed trail description and printable trailhead map, just select a British Columbia horseback riding trail below.


Cultus Lake Horse Trail

Near Chilliwack, the 2,600 hectare Cultus Lake Provincial Park has a 20km horseback riding trail. The trail is made of compact gravel and shale. It is shared with hikers and mountain bikers, so use care when riding.  MORE INFO

Omineca Trail

West of Prince George and north of Vanderhoof, the Omineca Trail is an old miners route that is open to horseback riding. The 40km of horse trail winds through pine and spruce forest, with some swampy areas and creek crossings.  MORE INFO

Yoho National Park

East of Golden and northwest of Lake Louise, the Yoho National Park has a variety of trails open to horseback riding. The most popular valleys to explore on horseback include the Ice River Valley, the Ottertail Valley, the Otterhead Valley and the Amiskwi Valley.  MORE INFO