Girlfriend Getaways for Women only

June 22-25 (2 spots available), July 13-16 (FULL), July 20-23 (FULL), August 17-20 (4 spots available), 2017

Get your boots on ladies… this long weekend is for you! Come to the mountains of Montana where you will be immersed in the rustic life of running a family ranch. You will ride one of our horses and together we will assess your horsemanship level, so that you can ride comfortably and confidently. A couple of the highlights are moving cattle and seeing Montana’s wildlife. Each evening we will have a crackling campfire and one evening we will have s’mores. We have our roping dummy available for those who want to learn to throw a loop or can rope want to join the Hereim family in some roping games! You will have the option of relaxing with a free eveing at camp or to taking a Sunset ride. Both are nice, but it’s up to you to decide! When out of the saddle, if you want to get your body moving, enjoy our 2000 acres and take a hike or a walk. You will have many photo opportunities and chances to see wildlife, in and out of, the saddle. Common sightings are bear, elk, coyotes, antelope and occasionally moose. This is a great weekend for girlfriends, moms, daughters or sisters! Come and experience how girlfriends in Montana “get away”! Come ready to unplug (we have no WIFI or cell phone coverage at the ranch). Our goal for you is to relax, reconnent with the peace and quiet of nature, and make some life-long friends!

Price for 4 day, 3 night all-inclusive (alcohol not included) stay: $1,099 – women and girls only (12 and up)

Convenience/processing fee: We charge an extra $10 per person for Square and $5 for Paypal. With our Square reader we can accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover.

 

WHAT TO BRING

You’ll want to pack clothes that are easily layered as weather can be VERY unpredictable and temperatures can go from cool to quite warm in a single day. Especially if it rains!

  • Boots with a heel to prevent your foot from slipping through your stirrups and without laces so that your boot will easily come off in case your foot would become caught in the stirrup.
  • Jeans or riding pants.
  • Long and short sleeved shirts. Tank tops if desired.
  • Jacket, vest or sweatshirt for layering. A heavier jacket is recommended for the morning and eveings in June and September dates.
  • Hats, caps and sunglasses are nice to keep the sun out of your eyes and off your face. Cowboy hats need a stampede string (for sale in our trading post if needed).
  • Casual clothes for non-riding time. Remember, it can get hot during the days.
  • Gloves, chaps helmet and rain gear are optional. Slickers are available for use for the week. Sunscreen, chapstick, and swimsuit for our cowboy hot tub.
  • A camera and/or compact binoculars!
  • Prescription medications.
  • If you want to wear a helmet when riding we ask that you bring your own. We do have a size L that can be borrowed if need be.

*We will have western clothing ball caps, military style hats, neck scarves, sweatshirts, t-shirts, roping gloves, jackets, stampede strings, and other gift items for sale in our Sawmill Trading Post, on-site.

Visit our website at http://horsesncourage.com/dates-schedule-rates/ for more detailed information.

Our schedule for the 4 day, 3 night stay includes:

Day 1 – Thursday

3:00-4:00 – Check-In and get settled in your accomodations.

4:00- Meet, greet and appetizers.

4:45- Meet your horse.

5:00 – Horse safety orientation: this includes a Liability Waiver: With our guests’ safety and enjoyment in mind, we will require all guests who plan to ride horses at any time during their visit to sign and date our Acknowledgment of Risk form. We also require all guests to participate in our basic horsemanship and horse safety program before going on any horseback rides to match horse and rider.

6:30 – Dinner

7:30- Short evening ride.

8:00- Campfire and dummy roping (optional)

Day 2 – Friday

8:00 – Breakfast

9:00 – Trail ride (3 hour ride)

12:00 – Lunch

1:00 – Trail ride (3 hour ride, optional)

4:30- Social mixer

6:00- Dinner

7:30 – Down time in camp or a Sunset ride. Your choice!

Day 3 – Saturday

8:00 – Breakfast

10:00 – Haul horses to Emerald Cross Ranch for a beautiful , all day ride. Sack lunches included. (6 hour ride).

1:00 – Sack lunch on the trail

5:00 – Happy hour; we will stop for a n0-host beverage of your choice at the local saloon in Ringling.

7:00 – Dinner

8:00-? Campfire, downtime of your choice.

Day 4 – Sunday

8:00 – Breakfast

9:00 – Move cattle (2 hours)

11:00 – Light lunch

12:00 – Check-Out and Goodbye’s