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Mountain Meadow Cabins - Snowy Range

Centinnel, Wyoming

Admin: Liz Heitshusen

My husband and I loved it here! We stayed in a small cabin. It was small but cozy. It had a tv, a small kitchen area,bunk beds, and a bathroom with a shower. The horses had a corral to share. Centinnel is the closest town. It's small but has a couple restaurants, a gas station, and a couple gift shops. We went to Laramie for groceries and a fancier meal one night. The riding was great. You could take the trails from the trail heads or blaze your own trail. The first day we took a trail head high up into the mountains to a lake. There was quite a bit of snow left for late June. The rest of the trip we took off in any direction to see what we could find. There isn't a bad spot up there to ride! We did encounter some hikers with their dogs off leash so be prepared for that on the actual trails. We are planning on going back for sure as we missed a lot of the riding. I would pack winter blankets if your horses have their summer coats. We got snow, rain, and 35 degree while we were there, as well as 70 degrees and sunny!

TYPE OF DESTINATION

Camping / Lodging with Facilities - Cabins
Effort level - Easy, Beginner|Moderate|Challenging, Experienced Trail Riders

AMENITIES FOR 2 LEGGED -

-- Showers

-- Restrooms

-- Garbage Containment

-- Water / Drinkable

-- Water / Potable

-- Restaurants / Café Nearby

AMENITIES FOR 4 LEGGED -

-- Horse Corrals

MILES OF DESTINATION / ACREAGE OF PUBLIC LANDS / # OF DAYS’ WORTH OF RIDING

More than a weeks worth.

TYPE OF LAND

- Federal Land

ACCESS TO TRAILS

- Trails right from location

- Trailer to Trails

WATER CROSSINGS

- Streams

- Lake access

Type of Footing on the trails

- Dirt

- Meadow, Grass

- Gravel, Rock

- Shoes / Boots Suggested

Type of Terrain

- Flat

- Some Road Riding to Trails

- Hills

- Hard Climbs

- Mountains, Hard Climbs

- Challenging Trails / Terrain

TYPE OF HORSE I WAS RIDING

- Non-Gaited

LOCAL WILDLIFE

Moose, pronghorn, deer

PEAK RIDING SEASON / WEATHER

June to early fall. It might be pretty cold by late fall. Still snow in the mountains in early June.

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