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Historic Trails West Wagons

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Ride the Historic Trails West Wagons that have traveled the entire Oregon Trail, in 1993, 2600 miles from Independence Missouri to Astoria Oregon, and the entire California Trail in 1999, 2500 miles from St Charles Missouri to Sacramento California.

The Educational and Cultural experiences on the Historic Trails Covered Wagon Trains

Come and ride with us on the 2 hour or 4 hour Historic Wagon Train and you will hear stories about the History of the area, stories of Explorers, the discovery of Yellowstone Park area, the Mountain Men and the life of the pioneers as they traveled in wagon trains across the west. We talk about the Oregon trail , California Trail , the Pony Express and about the early American Indians of the area. On the 4 hour and overnight Historic Wagon Trains you will feast on a meal prepared in Dutch ovens just as it was in early times. On the overnight Wagon Train you have the experience of sleeping in Indian Lodges!. Ride in the Wagons or horseback trail rides along side as we travel back in time.

Our Historic Wagon Treks are perfect for all ages, and we welcome Family's, Corporate Groups, school field trips, Motor coach Tours. Our Wagons will accommodate 60 people. Reserve your Historic Wagon Train and or Horseback ride for this exciting adventure!

Ride Historic Authentic Wooden Wheel Wagons on Our Living History Wagon Trains!

Come ride on Historic Covered Wagons to the Top of the World! Here you will be surrounded by majestic Mountain Peaks, . See the wild Rams Horn Peaks and the exceptional view of mountain peaks and valleys as we go along the the trail. This exciting wild west journey is located just 64 miles from the South entrance to Yellowstone Park and 12 miles west of Dubois, Wyoming. A Historic Trails West representative will meet you at the Outlaw Cabin. You will ride the trails to the top of the world and have your picture taken under the peaks.

You then ride to Indian Village where we will have presentations on the American Indians the Arapahoe, Blackfoot, Comanche, Crow, Nez Perce, Northern Cheyenne, Sioux tribes and The Sheep Eaters who used the Shoshone for traditional cultural practices and subsistence living. You will have the opportunity to have the experience of sleeping in an Indian Lodge. We will have presentations of the History of the area and the stories of Explorers, and the discovery of Yellowstone by the Mountain Men. We talk about history of the Historic Trails with talks of The Robert Stuart's Party that discovered Union Pass and went on to write about the route that became the Oregon, California and Pony Express trails. We will talks about the animals, the land and the wagon trains that traveled across the west.

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