Horseback Riding and Lodging in McCall, Idaho
Promotion ID: 266 
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One Night Lodging and Trail Ride for Two
$92.25/pp* Double Occupancy
  • 1 1/2 hour trail ride
  • One night lodging
  • Great views of McCall
  • 5% Discount on Trail Rides
valid: 5/26/2017 - 9/4/2017 *
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Details: Sign up for a 1.5 hour Scenic Horseback Ride on the trails of McCall! Let the guides at Yahoo Corrals take you and your friends and family out for a fun yet relaxing tour in the mountains above McCall. You'll climb to beautiful vistas over Payette Lake, the Lick Creek Mountains and more.

While in town, why not stay a night or two in McCall to enjoy the great restaurants and shopping we have to offer! InIdaho has horseback trail ride and lodging packages available. Lodging accommodation types include hotel rooms, condos, homes and cabins. Call today to check availability and make your summer reservations!

**Opening day for Yahoo Corrals is usually Memorial Day Weekend, however, they may open later if the weather in McCall is still too wet/muddy.
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Available cities: McCall, Donnelly

*pp=Per person.  Rates do not include taxes or any applicable resort fees, cleaning fees or deposits unless mentioned. Subject to availability and subject to change without notice. Valid for new reservations only.  Your rate may vary depending on the number of people travelling.  Most packages can be customized. Specific Unit valid dates sometimes vary from the listed date. Starting prices are based on overall promotion low price and may not be available in your city.
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