Top 10 Places to Go Horseback Riding in North America

10. Denton, Texas

No other state has as many horses as Texas. And Denton, a small town in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metro Area, has more than anywhere else in Texas.

9. Healdsburg, California

There are a lot of outdoor things in Healdsburg that, yes, often have to do with wine. You can drink wine while biking, hiking, or riding a horse.

8. Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

The United States does not have a monopoly on cowboy culture. Charreria (similar to rodeo culture) is embedded in Mexican culture. 

7. Big Sky, Montana

Many Montanans ride horses. Numerous working and guy ranches in the state provide visitors a glimpse into cowboy life.

6. Nevis

One of the Caribbean's best-kept secrets is the smaller half of Saint Kitts and Nevis. Alexander Hamilton was born in a beautiful place that is safe from crowds of tourists.

5. Monteverde, Costa Rica

You can ride horses all over Costa Rica, but Monteverde has one of the most important horse traditions.

4. Banff, Canada

Banff is without a doubt the most beautiful of Canada's national parks, so it's no surprise that horse riders jump at the chance to ride here.

3. Antigua, Guatemala

Riding a horse up to the edge of a dangerous volcano? Yes, thank you! Even more so when you can see lava and smoke coming out of other hills from that volcano.

2. Providenciales, Turks and Caicos

Turks and Caicos is mostly known for its beaches, which are crazy beautiful. But sometimes you want to do something other than lay on the beach.

1. Grand Canyon, Arizona

The Grand Canyon is the largest canyon in the world, the most beautiful national park in Arizona, and an amazing natural wonder. There is no other place like it.

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