Blue Wilderness Horseback Pack Trip
The Remote Blue Wilderness is located in the most remote corner of America. On the very eastern edge of Arizona, the Blue is seldom used or seen. However, its unique features set it apart as one of the most interesting, historic and scenic horseback rides in America.
Earliest People and Ancient Dwellings
Ancient Indians inhabitated this area, leaving behind Dwellings and many artifacts. It was also a route used by Apaches and Geronimo once they left the San Carlos reservation in Arizona, on their journey back to the Gila, New Mexico.
Unique Geological Features
The Blue has the most unique and beautiful geologically landscapes you will find anywhere. Somewhat like Utah’s varied, amazing landscapes. Tall uprisings give a surreal oasis in a ponderous, forested wilderness.
Spectacular Views In-All-Directions
This adventure has plenty of views in all directions - north, south, east and west. You will enjoy incredible distant landscapes on our loop rides.
Ride To The Stunning Devils Monument
We undertook a month’s worth of trail clearing to reach the most inspiring scenes in the Blue, Devils Monument. The journey there is equally inspiring, riding through ever-changing environments and grand views.
Narrow Slot Canyon Riding
Riding narrow slot canyons, one can almost touch the canyon walls on each side. Fun and interesting.
Spanish Mining Symbol of the Past
Riding up a narrow and spectacular canyon, our journey ends at a Spanish Mining Symbol, carved into a tree some 400 years ago. Spaniards, at the time, forced Indian slaves to do the mining. Long ago, there was a lot of human activity in the Blue.
HooDoo Geology Canyon Riding
Stand below these towering columns of rock and wonder how they all come to be. A wonder indeed.
Camping in the Wilderness
Comfortable camp includes wall tents, cots and everything to make your camping comfortable and warm.