Ride with Us!

Let Us Cater Your Western Ride Adventure

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· Rides will be limited to 4-5 riders (unless otherwise arranged)  

· Hauling or travel to your destination is based on fuel costs being around $2.75 per gallon (this fee will go up or down depending fuel costs)

· We can haul all horses, equipment and feed or you can haul your own and meet at the destination. You are responsible for getting yourself to the ride either way. 


“A Taste of Riding in the Mountains”

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 We have access to 2000+ acres of our neighbors private land to explore. 

All rides  are coached  rides.


If you are camping/staying at 

Diamond G Bar C  for 3 nights or more

the fee for your Coached ride is $25 per person per day riding.

 (minimum fee $75 per day)


Bring Your Horse or Ride One of Ours.

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  We are not a dude ranch and do not have horses for beginners. Our equines are available for riders who choose to leave their horse home.


Join us  for an amazing private ride in the Bull Mountains of Roundup, MT.


Intro Ride - 2-3  hrs. - $30  per person (minimum $90/day)

Glory Ride - 3-5 hr -$40 per person

(minimum $120/day

Intrepid  Ride - 5+ hours exploring - 

$50 per person $150 minimum per day

 (lunch included

Reserve Your Adventure Today!

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Reserve your Adventure with us today. Message or call Candy 320-224-5454

  1. Check dates available at Diamond G Bar C for camping and riding.
  2. Discuss and plan the trip of your dreams.
  3. Find out where and when her next exploratory pack trip is .
  4. Make a $100 deposit to book your spot.

Chief Joseph Annual Appaloosa Trail Ride

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This annual Appaloosa ride follows the trail of the Nez Perce Indians. The week is steeped in history and  has amazing food, wonderful people and great riding. We cover approximately 100 miles in 5 days. It is not for the faint of heart but definitely a bucket list ride!


For more information contact Candy or go to www.appaloosa.com

Join One of Our Pack Trips

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** This is not a ride with an outfitter, this is a friends and family ride with Candy. There are no cabin tents or special amenities. You will be riding rain or shine and even in the snow. You will be sleeping in backpack tents at night and eating campfire cooking. Water is filtered from streams. Everyone is expected to help setup and take down camp each day. 

We go out a couple times a year exploring new places.