Body Mass Index (BMI) is a measure for human body shape based on an individual's mass and height. As it relates to horseback riding, as a rider's BMI increases their center of gravity gets higher, there by making it more difficult for the rider to stabilize themselves in the saddle. Because horseback riding is a physical sport, it is critical that we evaluate each rider's ability to negotiate the mountainous terrain in which we ride.
Fully clothed, a rider's BMI may not exceed 32 AND rider's total weight may not exceed 250 lbs. Each rider's height and weight may be confirmed upon check in. These restrictions are for the safety and comfort of our guests & our horses and are in no way meant to cause embarrassment or ill will.
Enter your height and weight here to calculate your BMI.