Spring Creek Basin wild mustang. Photo by TJ Holmes
Educational Equine Experience. Travel to Spring Creek Basin in Disappointment Valley, home to a wild herd of approximately 60 mustangs. Watch the horses running free on the range. Learn about the herd and herd management. These horses are an important part of the history of the American West. Yet, today these icons of freedom are now endangered. Learn how you can help save them. More information and lots of wonderful pictures on the Spring Creek Basin Mustangs website.
Spend a day out on the range – the sight of a band of mustangs running free is something you will never forget. The experience touches you in an emotional space reserved only for extraordinary life events.
This is an all day event. Two hours out to the Basin. Three hour visit. Two hour drive back. Depart 9:30 am. Return 5 pm (approximately). Lunch included.
Minimum 2 people. Maximum 3 people. $150/pp. Contact us for more information.
Bring your camera, a hat and sunscreen. Pack comfortable shoes for walking in the brush, layers from t-shirt to lightweight jacket.
Click here to contact us for more information. Or call 1-970-729-1848 TO RESERVE YOUR SPACE. Minimum 4 persons. Maximum four persons. Children must be 12 or older and accompanied by responsible adult.
The beautiful images below of the Spring Creek Basin Mustangs are by T.J. Holmes. Click here to see more photos and learn the story behind the wild horses.