The Oro Valley, Ariz., property has launched “El Conquistador Western Adventures,” offering guests trail rides, riding lessons, and family-friendly adventures in the Sonoran Desert. The 18-horse stable will be run by Pot A Gold Stables.
In keeping with its “Uniquely Southwest” brand, Hilton Tucson El Conquistador Golf & Tennis Resort in Oro Valley, Ariz. has opened horse stables and launched “El Conquistador Western Adventures” November 4, the Phoenix-based AZ Big Media reported.
The 18-horse stable, located on the resort’s property and run by Pot A Gold Stables, will offer trail rides, riding lessons and family friendly adventures for locals and visitors looking to explore the Sonoran Desert, Big Media reported.
Whether it’s a group trail ride, a romantic sunset ride for two or hayrides and carriage rides for the whole family, a custom experience is available no matter the occasion. Guests can also arrange a cowboy breakfast before hitting the trail or a group cookout to end the day at Last Territory, the resort’s rugged, outdoor Western-themed venue. This offering could be an add-on to a family reunion, a conference team-building activity or for a wedding rehearsal party, Big Media reported.
“We are thrilled to partner with Pot A Gold Stables to offer guided horseback rides along some of Tucson’s most sought-after trails. Our expert staff is extremely knowledgeable and will be on-site to help guests and their families select an El Conquistador Western Adventure that’s perfect for them,” said General Manager Ghee Alexander. “This enhancement comes on the heels of the Hilton Tucson El Conquistador’s largest renovation in its 34-year history. With uniquely Southwest experiences at the core of the refresh, we think the stables will be a significant chapter in the resort’s storied history.”
El Conquistador Western Adventures will be available 7:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. daily. Prices for a guided horseback ride start from $60 for one hour, $75 for 90 minutes and $100 for two hours. Prices for a sunset trail ride start at $80 for one hour, $95 for 90 minutes and $120 for two hours. Horseback riding lessons are also available to the public starting from $75 for a one-hour lesson. A discount will be given for groups of eight or more and packages can be customizable upon request. Ages five and older are welcome, Big Media reported.
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