Beach ride at Half Moon Bay

#horseback #Riding #horses #horses #trailriding #trail #beach Trailer parking and turn around: Yes Water for horses: No Dogs: On leash only but don't be surprised to find a lot of violators Rest rooms: Yes Camping: No This a short easy ride at the beach at Half Moon Bay. As beach rides go, this a mediocre ride. If you have no other beach ride available, then by all means bring your horse here. But if you have other options, I recommend hauling all the way out. If you do, the

Purisima Open Space Preserve to Huddart Park

#horsebackriding, #horse, #horses, #trailriding, #trails, #hiking, #California Water for Horse: Yes. Dogs: No. Cell service: No Potable water: No Public toilet: Yes This is a trail that is pretty much in my backyard and I ride it more than any other trail. In spite of the fact that it is my most common ride, I have to say that it is possibly the most beautiful ride that I have done. Of course, that is my own perspective because I particularly like this kind of trail. The tra

Riding Henry Coe State Park

#horsebackriding, #horses, #horse, #equestrian, #trailriding, Planned Route, Actual Route, SMEAC According to Wikipedia, Henry W. Coe State Park (or Coe Park for short) is a state park of California, USA, preserving a vast tract of the Diablo Range. The park is located closest to the city of Morgan Hill, and is located in both Santa Claraand Stanislaus counties. The park contains over 87,000 acres (35,000 ha), making it the largest state park in northern California, and the s

Horseshoe Lake to Jikoji Temple

The trail from Horseshoe lake to Jikoji starts at skyline drive and runs along the ridge of the Santa Cruz mountains from San Francisco south, toward Santa Cruz. About 6 or 7 miles south of hwy 92, there is an excellent parking area designed to accommodate horse trailers of any size. The parking area lies within the Skyline Ridge Open Space Preserve which is managed by Mid Peninsula Open Spaces. The trail runs south fo