Backcountry horseback pack and camping trips
Royal Tine offers summer horseback pack and camping trips for adventure seekers, hikers, horse lovers, nature lovers and sight seers.
You will get the chance to see awesome country that the average person will never see or experience.
These can either be pack in trips where you stay at the same location for the duration or they can be progressive in nature; your choice.
The progressive trips will be at a different camp most every day. Rides are usually from 2-5 hours in the saddle.
We stop at both lakes and streams and enjoy some of Montana's finest scenery and wildlife along the way.
Whether you are into fishing, or just enjoying the scenic beauty of the back country from the back of one of our gentle horses, a
Montana pack trip maybe just what you need to get away from the hectic hustle and bustle of the city. The "layover days" provide a
flexible framework for guests to enjoy diverse interests. You may decide to take a day ride, go hiking or fishing, or just relax in camp and
enjoy the tranquility of the high country.
Accommodations on these trips include comfortable tents for guests and a large kitchen fly where delicious home style meals are cooked for your enjoyment.
Fly fishing cow camp meadows.
Whetstone lake at dusk.
Montana backcountry horseback pack and camping trip prices
$300/day/person for a 2 person trip.
$250/day/person for a 3-6 person trip.
We will custom plan horseback pack and camping for you, call or email to discuss details.
There is a 2 person, 3 day minimum on custom trips.
There is a 50% deposit and balance will be due 30 days prior to pack trip start date.
Price does not include transportation to and from the Missoula, MT airport (mso), but can be arranged for $100 round trip.
We will provide you with an equipment list to use as a guideline in making final plans for your trip.
Please note: We can accommodate up to 6 people maximum per trip.
Our insurance policy does not allow us to accomodate any children less than 10 years old.
Camp and fish in the Montana backcountry.
A couple of the horses grazing in the electric corral and Charles relaxing and writing in his journal by the camp fire.
Pack string crossing the Ross Fork River.