Horseback Ride at Rolling Hills Ranch

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Added by Margo Schmiederer

Enjoy a beautiful horseback ride up a mountain outside of Pittsburgh.

Enjoy an hour of horseback riding on Rolling Hills Ranch in Bridgeville, PA, 20 minutes outside of Pittsburgh. The ranch accommodates large groups and provides a guide for trips, who will leave the group for some time as the horses know the route so that you can enjoy the trip alone with family and friends. You will begin your ride looking at a hill and descending into a forest. In the forest, you will circle up the mountain. When you reach the top, you will enjoy a beautiful view (where you can see the skyline of Pittsburgh) as the horses rest. 

Just call ahead to reserve your spot(s), it costs ~$30 per hour! 

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