Arches allows day rides in a variety of areas but there are restrictions on their use and where they can go.
Bryce Canyon offers a few options for horseback riding, including a horse trail and guided trail rides. Select a guided two-hour ride to the canyon floor (ages 7+) or a three-hour complete canyon tour (ages 10+). Examine rock formations and soak up stunning canyon views while making life-long memories.
In Canyonlands, explore the backcountry roads or Horseshoe Canyon. Be sure to obtain a permit and follow all the regulations.
Capitol Reef offers up a number of horseback rides, including Halls Creek, South Desert and Miners Mountain. The park also offers backcountry camping options with horses (permits required, rules apply) and a special equestrian staging area.
Zion allows horses on a number of trails. Hop Valley Site A is an overnight stock camp in the park, though use is limited to one night. Please be sure to read all the rules and regulations while planning your trip.