The Lang Farm has been offering guided trail rides since 1975.  With well over 300 acres of forestland, there are lots of horse trails to explore.  We offer a variety of different guided ride lengths, so there is something for everyone. Our trail rides are for adults and children 8 years and older. 

**Kids pony rides for children aged 3-10 years are also available. 
 

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          Semi Private Trail Rides
          Group Trail Rides
          Kids Pony Rides
          Ride Descriptions
          Frequently asked Questions
          Release of Liability Waver 


 

Semi Private Trail Rides

2 -10 riders requesting to keep it Private. Just your party and the trail guide.

We do not offer 1 person rides.  Trail rides are for adults and children 8 years and older.

Our semi private rides are a real treat as they give you the personalized attention of your own wrangler and let you customize the ride. Semi Private rides are perfect for couples, birthday rides, and other special occasions.

Same day, and last minute reservations will always be charged private prices.

  • No experience necessary. Ages 8 years and older are welcome.

  • Any child with no riding experience, may need to have an adult lead their pony. At this time due to COVID-19 restrictions the adult leader must be from the same household as the child.

  • Reservations required.

  • All rides are guided, sorry no independent rides.

  • Only 1 rider per animal is permitted. No double riding.

  • Gift certificates are also available.

  • All prices include WA sales tax.

  • Checks or credit card deposits are required. 

  • Gratuities to trail guides much appreciated.

  • 240 lbs weight limit for horses.

  • 275 lbs weight limit for drafts.

  • All riders are required to wear a certified equestrian riding helmet.

  • Our staff will select size appropriate ponies for your children. Safety is always our first concern.

  • Add a souvenir t-shirt for $20 per shirt.

  • Add a cowboy campfire and marshmallows for $50 for your group. 

 

Public Group Trail Rides    

Our “Group Rides” consist of 4-10 riders supervised by 1-2 trail guides. You can help to organize a group of friends/family, or you can join a group that we have set up. Families, couples, and single riders are welcome to join group rides. Trail rides are for adults and children 8 years and older. The availability of our group rides is based on the schedules of our customers, staff, and horses. If you are interested in joining a group ride, please call well ahead of time. Public group rides are typically available on weekends.

- No experience necessary. Children must be at least 8 years old to ride.

Any child with no riding experience, may need to have an adult lead their pony. At this time due to COVID-19 restrictions the adult leader must be from the same household as the child.

-Only 1 rider per animal is permitted. No double riding.
- Reservations required.
- All rides are guided, sorry no independent rides.
- We have a 4-rider minimum and a 10 rider maximum for each ride.  Private rides are available.

- Gift certificates are also available.
- Checks or credit card deposits are required for parties of six or more. 
- Gratuities to trail guides much appreciated.
- 240 lbs weight limit for horses. 275 lbs weight limit for draft horses.

- Our staff will select size appropriate ponies for your children. Safety is always our first concern. 

-All riders are required to wear a certified equestrian riding helmet.

 

Our wonderful four-legged friends are eager to give you and your family a great trail riding experience in the beautiful mountains of the Skagit Valley!  Lola Lang and her staff want their guests and their horses to be as comfortable and safe as possible, every ride begins with a comprehensive SAFETY CLASS.  Before hitting the trail, experienced guides review the proper Western seat; demonstrate reining commands to turn, slow down, and stop; and go over trail tips and safety procedures.  This helps riders know what to expect from the ride, and how to give gentle and understandable commands to their mount.   Our riding review will insure that riders of all levels will enjoy themselves safely.

Ride Descriptions:

30 minute pony ride This ride is good for most children. It is a relatively flat and easy ride. Parents should have no problem walking along on this ride.

45 minute trail ride This ride is for kids over the age of 8 with previous riding experience and Adults.  It includes lots of up and down hills, with logs and roots to step over and around. The trail guide may be on horseback, and will only assist riders as needed. 

Lesson/trail combo This ride includes arena and trail time.  This is a good way for nervous  riders to gain confidence before hitting the trails. This is also an opportunity for more experienced riders to do more than just walking. (cantering is usually not permitted on your first visit)

Mountain Trail Ride This is our most adventurous Adult ride. It is approximately 1 3/4 - 2 hours long​, depending on the size of the group and the pace of the horses. It includes a spectacular view of the Skagit Valley (you can see the tulips in April). Bring your water bottle - it's a long ride so you may dismount at the top to stretch your legs and take in the view. The Mountain Ride is  open to Adults, and children at least 10 years of age with prior riding experience. 

Custom Rides Photo Shoots, marriage proposals, and other custom rides are available. Call for price Quotes. 

All inclusive Couples Ride  A 1 or 2 hour Private trail ride followed by a cowboy campfire. We will provide you with a romantic smores  basket. Also included is complimentary t-shirt souvenirs for each of you. This is our most romantic ride, and is perfect for anniversaries or birthdays. Weekend and weekday appointments available upon request.  The 1 hour ride is $200 per couple, and the 2 hour ride is $270 per couple. 

 
 
 

Frequently asked questions...

My 7 year old really wants to ride a BIG HORSE. Is this allowed? 

No, not until he turns 8 years old. Maybe this could be a fun Birthday present for him. 

It's just me. Can I go on a Private ride?

We have a 2-rider minimum on all rides. Maybe you can find one of your friends who would want to go with you. Otherwise we can try to add you to a group ride.

My child is not very experienced. Can the trail guide lead her?

Our trail guides must be able to assist the entire group of riders.  Parents are responsible for walking with their their own children if they need one on one assistance.

Do you serve riders with special needs?

Please explain in advance the nature of your Childs physicals or mental limitations.  Although we are not a therapeutic riding farm, we can accommodate some special needs riders on our hand-led pony rides.

If my child is to scared to ride alone can she ride a horse with an adult?

NO, only 1 rider per animal is permitted. No double riding.


Can I just show up and expect to ride?

Absolutely not - Reservations are required.  All reservations are done over the phone, please call us at 360-424-7630.  


Will there be any extra taxes or fees?
No, all taxes and fees are included in the price. Only gratuities to guides are extra and at your discretion. 

Should we bring our bike helmets?

Only certified equestrian riding helmets can be used. We have loaner helmets available at no extra charge. All helmets are treated for lice and sanitized between each use. 

Why can't my 6 year old go on the longer harder trail rides? 

Our longer trail guides are designed for riders over 8 years old.  The trails are more challenging than our pony path and have narrow spots, hills to climb, and more chance of experiencing deer along the ride.

What is the dress Code for trail rides?

Long pants, closed toed shoes, and a riding helmet is the bare minimum. If you are going to do one of the combo rides or a lesson you will need shoes or boots with a heal, and jeans or riding breaches. 

What if it rains?

If you are concerned about the weather please call us right away and we will advise you.  We are closed and will cancel all trail rides due to  high winds, snow, heavy rain, or thunder or lightning. 

I'm bringing my grandkids/ neighbors kids/ friends kids. What type of wavers will I need?

All riders must have a release of liability signed by their parent or legal guardian.  You are not able to sign a release for someone else' child.  We are not able to allow a riders to participate without the proper signature on their form.

Currently open and following all Covid-19 safeguards for outdoor sports and recreation.