Wild Mustangs of the Adobe Valley

Breathtaking Backdrops for Portfolio Worthy Photographs

A thriving herd of hundreds of wild horses roams the floor and hills of the Adobe Valley. Situated between the snow-clad slopes of two major mountain ranges and blessed with a thriving equine population, the Adobe Valley is rich with opportunities to make memorable wildlife and landscape images. Ken will serve as your photography instructor for this unique adventure offered by Rock Creek Pack Station as we track and photograph these wild horses on foot and horseback through a stunningly picturesque setting. RCPS’ expert guides will lead the way and educate us on the natural history, behavior and herd dynamics of equines in the wild. No prior riding experience is required but this trip requires a basic level of fitness including the ability to walk at high altitudes for several hours at a stretch. If you have any questions about your fitness to tackle this adventure, please contact RCPS.

For more information about this trip, please contact Ken Lee by email (ken@artofseeing.com) or phone 949-282-9660

To register for this trip, please visit the RCPS   Trail Rides page or call 760-872-8331


Dates: May 12-15, 2017
Cost: $950
Location: Adobe Valley (near Bishop, CA)
What's Included: Meals, photography instruction, guides/wranglers/cooks, pack & riding stock, tent lodging
What's Not Included: Photo equipment, Sleeping Bag & Pad, personal items, gratuities, alcohol.

What's Included:

Expenses Included: Meals, photography instruction, guides/wranglers/cooks, picks & riding stock, tent lodging

Expenses Not Included: Photo equipment, sleeping bag & pad, gratuities, alcohol, snacks.

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