Editor's Note: This story first appeared in the June 1987 issue of Western Horseman.
Ranchers in southwestern Alberta enjoy spectacular scenery, a rich heritage and the perfect environment for doing what they love.
When you're bedding down on the ground at night, out on the range, here's a good old-fashioned hint on how to keep from finding "surprises" in your boots the next morning.
This outfit leaves no stone unturned in Utah's Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks, on the Grand Staircase or along Arizona's rim of the Grand.
The author leads you on a horseback trek to Idaho's Paradise Basin.
After 125 years of western hospitality, this Wyoming guest ranch still offers the freedom to ride on your own.
An online companion to the June 2003 print feature "Buying the Right Trailer," this web exclusive offers insight into making sure a living-quarters option fits your needs.
Living Springs Ranch served as the scenic backdrop in "Counting Cadence," which can be found in the December issue of WH. Located in Simla, Colo., on the high plains near Colorado Springs, Living Springs Ranch hosts recreational activities for riders of all ages and at all levels of expertise. Many events include presentations by top rodeo competitors and horsemen and -women, such as rodeo cowboy Lyle Sankey and Arizona clinician Lee Smith. Ranch guests can bring their own horses or arrange to use ranch horses for many activities, which are held almost year-round.