September 28, 2023

Opportunity to Support Rundle Riders

Rundle Riders is a non-profit organization; we primarily rely on volunteers to make the program run. Our board members meet about once a month, to work and report on different tasks that each member or staff person does to allow our program run. Our board members work on marketing to potential participants and volunteers. Of

March 24, 2020

Rundle Riders a Note on coVID-19

 March 24, 2020 Dear Participant Families and Volunteers Like all of you, RRTRA has been monitoring the evolving impact of COVID-19. We are reaching out to update you on how we, and our partners, are adjusting to this very serious situation. On March 19th, YMCA Calgary made the decision to cancel all groups until at

April 2, 2019

Spring Has Sprung!

We have had our spring snow storm and the ski hills are like skiing on mashed potatoes by noon. It is safe to say spring is here, and Rundle Riders is busy getting ready for another season of outdoor riding lessons  at the beautiful Camp Chief Hector. I’m sure our riders who ride indoors all

October 5, 2018

Horseback riding with Banff Trail

Cross a tranquil river on horseback and then admire an enchanting Rocky Mountain waterfall. The one-hour Spray River Ride gives you a great introduction to the untouched wilderness that can be found just outside the Banff town-site. Breathe in the pine-spiced mountain air as you approach the roaring Bow Falls. After your ride, check out

October 5, 2018

Sulphur Mountain Ride

So, what makes these two river crossing rides different? Well, the first obvious difference is time. While we definitely recommend the 3 hour horseback ride to capture a birds-eye view of Banff as you ride along the base of Mount Rundle, we understand sometimes schedules don’t allow for longer rides. Perhaps a 1 hour ride

October 5, 2018

Waters that flow through

Both our 1 hour Spray River, Banff Horseback Ride and our 3 hour Sulphur Mountain, Banff Horseback Ride give guests the unique experience of crossing the Spray River, while also viewing the jaw-dropping force of the Bow River as it cascades over Bow Falls. On a hot summer day, expect to stop in the river

October 3, 2018

Horseback Rides that Cross Rivers

Accessible, historical, and tranquil, these rides are sure to impress. Starting at our Banff Springs Corrals near the Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel, Banff Trail Riders offers two river crossing rides that take guests through one of the most beautiful parts of Banff National Park. These rides are unique in their own right, with a river