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Cowboy Cookout - Dinner

by Discover Banff Tours
per traveler Price is $129
Duration: {0} Duration: 3h Free Cancellation Free Cancellation No Booking Fees E-voucher (printout not required) E-voucher (printout not required) Features animals

Highlights

Leisurely trail ride along the base of Sulphur Mountain

Delicious barbecue dinner with steak & homemade baked beans

Free time to play horseshoes or relax at the campsite

Knowledgeable cowboy-guides leading & trailing your trek

Serene setting of Banff National Park—Bow River & mountains

Highlights

Leisurely trail ride along the base of Sulphur Mountain

Delicious barbecue dinner with steak & homemade baked beans

Free time to play horseshoes or relax at the campsite

Knowledgeable cowboy-guides leading & trailing your trek

Serene setting of Banff National Park—Bow River & mountains

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4:00 PM, Option with Wagon Ride includes Food and Drinks

Duration 3h No booking or credit card fees
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4:00 PM, Option with Horseback Ride includes Food and Drinks

Duration 3h No booking or credit card fees
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Cowboy Cookout - Dinner

Activity Location

Sundance Road

Banff

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Warner Stables

    Sundance Road

    Banff T0L


Description

Set out from Warner Stables for an evening full of trail riding, stunning surroundings, and barbecue. Whether you're on horseback or in a covered wagon, trek along the base of Sulphur Mountain, enjoy free time for games and relaxation, and savor a sizzling steak dinner, straight off the grill.

At Warner Stables, located right outside of downtown Banff, hop in the back of a covered wagon or learn the basics of horseback riding with some brief, expert instruction. Once you're ready to go, head out on an hour-long trail ride, taking in the sounds and sights of this remote natural area. Hear the rushing Bow River, the rustle of underbrush, and tips from your cowboy-guides.

When you arrive at the campsite, challenge your friends to a game of horseshoes or try your hand at calf roping while your cook prepares dinner. Then sit down to a meal of barbecued steak, homemade baked beans, Caesar salad, and a baked potato.

After you've had your fill—and topped it off with dessert and coffee—hit the trail once more, relishing your full stomach, your trusty horse or wagon, and the national park settling in to sleep.


Inclusions

  • Guided 2-hour wagon or horseback ride in the Bow Valley

  • Dinner, coffee, and juice

  • All necessary equipment and gear


Exclusions

  • Transport to the meeting point

  • Gratuities


Know Before You Book

  • You must be 8 years or older to participate in horseback riding.

  • Children 3 and younger are complimentary for the wagon ride, when accompanied by a paying adult. Food is not included for infants.

  • You must weight less than 250 pounds (113 kg) to participate in horseback riding.

  • At least 4 people are required for this activity to take place.

  • You do not need previous experience to participate.

  • If you have limited mobility, you should not take part.

  • Check in is 30 minutes prior to tour time.

  • Riders must be physically capable of controlling the horse during the ride without assistance and for the health and safety of all riders regrettably any disabilities or special needs riders cannot be accommodated.

  • Children aged 15 years and under must have someone 18 years and older with them.


Cowboy Cookout - Dinner ratings based on 5 Verified Reviews

Expedia Verified Reviews

3.9 out of 5

Jul 20, 2017

I would recommend calling ahead to make sure you are booked for the horseback riding and not the wagon ride. Me and my friend we're extremely disappointed when we found out we would be riding in the wagon not the actual horses due to a booking error. The wagon goes pretty slow on a road not on a beautiful trail next to the lake. The food was fantastic but didn't make up for the fact of how upset we were. Luckily an elderly couple gave up there horses to us for the ride back. And it was amazing worth every penny. The guides were so friendly and knowledgeable about the area. As long as you are booked for the right excursion you will have a blast!