Cowboy Logic: “When you get bucked off, you learn how to get up, dust yerself off and get back in the saddle!”
After a long and challenging winter, the Cowley’s faith, hospitality & heritage are intact and “Back In The Saddle Again!”
The Cowley Family are pleased to announce that Rafter Six® is once again “Open” for Horseback Riding & Wilderness Camping in the Canadian Rockies!
The “New” Rafter Six® Horse Activities Center & Wilderness Camping will be located on our lands immediately adjacent to the original location.
The Cowley’s World Famous Horseback Riding will resume with all of the variety of horses & horseback rides you have come to know, love and appreciate over the past 38 years!
The Horse Program will be much more “intimate and interactive” than ever before, including rides and equestrian training sessions by 2009 Calgary Stampede Princess alumni Kateri Cowley!
Horseback Rides ranging from pony rides for children, 1 hour rides, 1 ½ hour rides, 2 hour rides, ½ Day Rides, All Day Rides, Custom Rides, Supper Rides, Carriage and Hay Wagon Rides are all available by reservation. .
Wilderness camping in the Canadian Rockies is also available for those with self-contained units, like RV’s, travel trailers as there are no hookups for electricity or water.
Bordering Bow Valley Provincial Park, the campground will be random as there are no permanent camping sites giving it a feel of camping in the wilderness! A group fire pit is available for all to enjoy. Portable firepits and firewood are also available for campers.
Rafter Six® is an Alberta family run business, and the Cowley’s have dedicated their entire lives, home, sweat and tears to the sharing and preserving Canada’s historical “Cowboy Western Lifestyle” with the world.”
The Cowley’s have sincerely done their best to be good stewards while providing a unique, quality service with genuine hospitality to the world for the past 38 years..
Please continue to support the Cowley family by visiting the “New” Rafter Six® Horse Activties Center and Wilderness Camping in the heart of the Canadian Rockies.
God Bless and Happy Trails… Until we meet again…..