Trails in Your Own Backyard


Two Horse Enterprises is dedicated to trail riding and horsecamping and has equestrian trail guides for half the nation — over 30!! Plus many guides for trails in National Parks, National Forests and National Grasslands.

Some of the newest books added to Two Horse’s trail guides are “Central Sierra Nevada Horse Trails” which includes trail information for Yosemite National Park. “Colorado’s Rocky Mountain National Park Guide” has over 50 trails. The “Yellowstone National Park Trail Guide” includes not only trails in Yellowstone but some Wyoming and South Montana trails.

Largest book weighs it at over a pound. “Pacific Northwest Trail Guide”. features trails in Washington, Montana, Idaho and Oregon. Full color, slick page publication features 450 plus trails between its covers. If a specific trail in Oregon isn’t in this book, there are five other individual Oregon trail guides from which to select. And all publications in Two Horse feature not only trail locations but distances, terrrains, difficulty, horsecamping sites, water availability, road conditions and more.

“Books make excellent gifts regardless if it’s a birthday, a ‘thank you for helping’ or for the upcoming Christmas Holiday Season as presents or stocking stuffers. If not sure which book will cover what area or have a question, call or e-mail. We’ll help answer those trail riding and horsecamping questions. But if you still can’t decide what to select, make it easy. Give a Two Horse Enterprises Gift Certificate. Let the recipient select their own item. A Two Horse catalog will go with the Gift Certificate,” Bonnie Davis, owner and respected horse camping/trail riding clinician, stated.

In addition to trail guides, Two Horse includes hardare for camping — tree savers, knot eliminators, folding canvas water pails, bucket holders and more. Maps include National Forests, National Parks, BLM, state but if it’s not listed, Two Horse can find it!

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