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Mustangs. . . A Living Legacy 2017

Mustang Trip
May 20-23, 2017

4 Days
$695
Trip meets at River Springs.
Join us to ride in Pizona searching out and observing Wild Mustangs.

Memorial Day Mustang Trip
May 27-30, 2017

(Memorial Day Weekend)
4 Days
$695
Trip meets at River Springs.
Join us to ride in Pizona over the long weekend.
We’ll help you find camping and reasonable accommodations for the night before the trip.
Come early and spend a day at Mule Days.

Mustangs --- A Living Legacy
June 3-6, 2017

4 Days
$695
Trip meets at River Springs.
Join us to ride in Pizona searching out and observing Wild Mustangs.
(reserve your space through Rock Creek)

Track wild horses and relive the Old West in the seldom-visited Pizona area of the lnyo National Forest. From a central meadow camp, riders will track the mustangs in their natural pinyon forest habitat. Observe and photograph herds and wildflowers. Enjoy spectacular sunsets over the Sierra and White Mountains while the cook prepares dinner over an open fire. Later, around the campfire, our experienced tracker guides will share their knowledge of the wild horses and other wildlife. Learn about the social behavior of the horses and their current struggle.
Black Stallion

Click Here for pictures of our Pizona campsite.

We recommend that you spend the night before the ride in Lee Vining, Bishop or Benton Hot Springs.
DAY 1: We will meet at River Springs at 8 a.m. (see directions, below). You will be greeted by your guides, paired with your horse and ride into the Pizona Springs camp. Seminars include map orientation and history of the wild horse.

DAYS AT PIZONA: Full day in field, riding out to track and observe horses on open range and watering sites. Periodic stops for viewing, informal discussion and rest. Seminars include social structure and behavior of wild horses, seasonal range ecology and current issues affecting maintenance of free-roaming wild horses.

mustang1 LAST DAY: Take a ride to the western range with lunch before returning to vans at River Springs Roadhead. Seminars today include obtaining, training and using wild horses. The last meal served will be lunch. Expect to arrive at your cars by 4 p.m.


Where to meet: The directions from Bishop to River Springs are as follows:
1.Take Highway 6 north from Bishop to Benton and make a left turn on Highway 120.
2. Head west on Hwy 120 and go 16 miles.
3. You will see a road marker 42.50.
4. Take the next dirt road to the right.
5. Head 3 to 4 miles on road. Look for corrals about three miles on right. If you go to end of road you will be at River Springs which is where Rock Creek originates trip.

What to Bring

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University Extension, UC Davis, Mustangs:A living Legacy
June 10-13, 2017
$900
To enroll call University Extension at 1-800-752-0881 or go to the UC Davis Extension course description.




Call us TODAY at 760-872-8331 for a quick response to your questions.
You can email us, also.


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Rock Creek Pack Station, Inc operates under permit on the Inyo National Forest.
All Trail Rides and Packing Schools are subject to an 8% regulatory reservation fee, plus 2% USFS fee.
Horse Drives and Mustang Trips are are subject to an 8% regulatory reservation fee, plus 3% USFS fee.


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