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Yelm-Tenino Trail highlighted in South Sound Horseback Riding story


“If you don’t own a horse yourself but have always wanted to learn to
ride, a good place to start is at a nearby stable or equestrian park.”
Photo credit: EZ Times Outfitters



– “Hold Your Horses: Trail Riding Around the South Sound”
“Hikes are better with friends, and some trailblazers say man’s best friend is the perfect companion, especially if your four-legged companion happens to be of the equine variety. If you fall into this category or have been looking for a good place to start a trail riding tradition, there are plenty of places near and far that can have you saddled up and ready to ride in no time.

* Horse Ranches and Guided Tours

* Great Trails Near Tacoma
Traversing the Yelm-Tenino Trail, also located in the watershed, is a whopping 27 miles long and connects the towns of Yelm, Rainier and Tenino to guarantee a scenic trip. Check out Keene Horse Camp and Cody Horse Camp for access to beautifully maintained trails and plenty of equine amenities in the area, too.

* Great Horseback Rides for a Day Trip” by Mariah Beckman, South Sound Talk.
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Posted by Steve on August 30, 2017 at 12:01 am | Permalink

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