Flying E Ranch

Address: 2801 West Wickenburg Way, Wickenburg, Central Arizona, Arizona, 85358, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 2801 West Wickenburg Way, Wickenburg, is near Desert Caballeros Western Museum, Vulture Gold Mine, and Robson's Arizona Mining World.
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    Part 1: Yavapi Fertility Rock

    A travel blog entry by wild-west-kate on Apr 09, 2015

    1 comment, 3 photos

    We awoke to glorious sunshine and a delicious breakfast here at the Flying E. While Jon and the kids swam I went on my final loping ride. We rode out to Yavapi Fertility Rock which is the further point of the Flying E land. Legend has it in Yavapi culture they had a special rock which women would go and place their hand on when they wanted to start …

    Food for the soul

    A travel blog entry by wild-west-kate on Apr 08, 2015

    1 comment

    Day 12 - and our last full day at the Flying E. Isaac and I took the morning ride with head wrangler Aaron and had a fantastic trotting ride with lots of chatting about cacti and wildlife. Jon took the afternoon ride with wrangler Tom and saw deer, rabbits, hawks and a gila monster. Isaac, Olly and I spent the afternoon at the pool playing games …

    Snakes, the summit & square dancing

    A travel blog entry by wild-west-kate on Apr 07, 2015

    1 comment

    We are all sleeping well here at the ranch so had a little sleep in today! After breakfast served by Stanley we headed to the corral to find our horses. Jon and Olly went out on a walking ride and Isaac and I went our with wrangler Jonny on a trotting ride. We stayed close to the ranch and were lucky enough to see cattle again and this time we saw …

    Horseback riding in the Sonoran desert

    A travel blog entry by wild-west-kate on Apr 05, 2015


    Breakfast was served on the patio at 7.30 am and by 9 we were all on horseback heading into the desert. We rode with our wranglers Tom and Steve and had a leisurely 2 hour stroll. On our return the kids had an Easter egg hunt and we had games at the flagpole. The food is fantastic as usual and we enjoyed a nice lunch. The afternoon was spent …

    The King of the Kokopelli World

    A travel blog entry by garylesser on Jun 06, 2014

    5 comments, 9 photos

    ... me out in the "who-gets-home-first sweepstakes." Ray actually enjoys the solitude of riding long distances by himself. A large number of his 360,000 miles in the saddle are solo miles. Some people are cut out for that. Over the past two days of riding -- 600 miles over 15 hours -- I've learned (or rediscovered) that I am NOT one of them. I simply don't enjoy the experience of riding alone. In fact, I find it, for me, undesirable. So, all of ...