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Canyon de Chelly (de-shay) National Monument, located in the heart of the Navajo Indian reservation in northeast Arizona, near Chinle. The labyrinth monument is made up of three canyons: Canyon de Chelly, Canyon del Muerto, and Monument Canyon. Canyon walls rise to more than 1,000 feet above the floor. Elevation ranges from 5,500 feet to just over 7,000 feet.
SisterCreek Ranch is rugged Texas Hill County at its best, with first-class horse facilities. The property, owned by Bruce and Beth Johnson, is a 700-acre working Tennessee Walking Horse ranch located just outside of Boerne, Texas, about 45 minutes from San Antonio.
At Lajitas, you?ll ride into wild, desolate country, explore old mining ruins, examine ancient Indian pictographs, and then return to deluxe resort amenities, including a premier 18-hole golf course, a spa, ice-cold refreshments, and a gourmet dinner.
In the Gila National Forest near Silver City, New Mexico, you can ride in peace for endless miles, then soak in a hot spring and bunk down in Woody's Corral, a primitive horse camp. Woody?s Corral in the Gila National Forest is a one-stop shop.