Did you know that Solano Land Trust's equestrian docents are available to lead you and your horse on hikes of two Land Trust properties?
These hikes at Lynch Canyon and Rockville Trails Preserve are always free. The only requirment is that you own or have access to your own horse to ride.
Lynch Canyon is open to the public Fridays through Mondays and offers great riding opportunities through peaceful grasslands accented with groves of buckeyes and live oaks, along with spectacular views of the Bay Area, Delta, Wine Country, and the Sierra Nevada from the inspiring 900 ft. ridgetops. Rockville Trails Preserve is not yet open to the public, but the equestrian docents are eager to show you this stunning property filled with groves of blue and live oaks, wildflowers and wildlife as you ride atop hills above Suisun Valley.
Please note, these tours are for experienced trail riders with fit horses who are both trail and road trained. For rides at Rockville Trails Preserve, the group does walk along Rockville Rd. for a short time before entering the property. The terrain at Lynch Canyon varies and the terrain at Rockville Trails Preserve is difficult. Expect rough, rocky, uneven ground, and rugged, steep, and slippery hills that may be full of sticky seeds and thorny plants.
Dates are by appointment and space is limited. If you are interested in a personalized tour of either of these properties or would just like more information, email either Mindi at firstname.lastname@example.org or Christine at email@example.com.