Six Hour Ride Into Twin Lakes


Book your ride any day you wish from June 15th to September 15th.


Book this trip anytime between June 15th and September 15th and arrive on your scheduled day at our Waterton Alpine Stables. (Marquis Road, Waterton Lakes National Park T0K 2M0) Bring your own picnic bag lunch and enjoy a leisurely six hour ride into one of the most beautiful spots in the Canadian Rockies; Twin Lakes!


The cost for the six-hour ride in the summer of 2016 is $199. CAD. (approximately $159. USD) per person plus 5% Goods and Service Tax. Note: a minimum of three riders is required.

Reservation Process

To make a reservation for one of our trail rides, simply complete these two easy steps…

  1. Complete and submit the registration form.
  2. To complete your reservation, submit the remaining balance of your reservation.

Your reservation is not guaranteed until you complete the reservation form AND submit your payment.

Terms & Conditions

Note: All prices are in Canadian Funds. All payments using foreign currency are subject to exchange rates at the time of processing. 5% GST (Canadian Goods and Services Tax) is not included and will be added to all prices.

Refund Policy

Due to the expense and staff involved in these trips, your deposit and the remaining costs of the ride have conditions for refund. Any monies paid cannot be carried forward to future years.

If you cancel more than 30 days before the ride start date, you will receive any monies paid, less a $52.50 administration fee. If you cancel 30 days or less before your ride start date, there is no refund.

Please note that our cancellation policies are non-negotiable. For this reason we strongly recommend trip cancellation insurance. We anticipate a strong demand for this year’s ride, and we strongly encourage you to register and pay for your ride as soon as possible.

Methods of Payment

We accept five options for payment: Canadian cheques, bank draft or money order in Canadian funds, U.S.A. cheques, wire transfers in Canadian funds, and Interac eTransfers (ie. using email). Sorry, we do not accept PayPal.

If you wish to pay using Interac eTransfer (ie. by email) please contact the Administrator and instructions will be sent to you. As of the current date, this is available in Canada only.

Bank Drafts – Simply go to your local bank and request a bank draft in Canadian funds. The official name on the bank draft is “Trail Riders of the Canadian Rockies”. The totals below are what you need to request for an amount. A bank draft allows you to pay in Canadian funds. This way you resolve the currency exchange at the time of the bank draft. However, we have noticed that many banks in the U.S.A. have stopped issuing bank drafts in Canadian Funds.

U.S.A. Cheques – We will continue to honour U.S.A. cheques in U.S.A. funds as long as the Canadian currency is lower or at par with the U.S.A. currency.

Wire Transfers – This option is used mainly by our international riders. If you wish to utilize this option, please contact the Administrator and instructions will be sent to you.

Once you have received your bank draft or money order in Canadian funds from your bank or if you are sending a cheque, mail the bank draft, money order or cheque to:

Trail Riders of the Canadian Rockies
Box 8646
Canmore, Alberta
Canada T1W 0B9

Once the electronic registration is complete and we receive your payment, you are then confirmed for your ride. A receipt of payment will be either emailed or mailed to you depending on preference of communication.


We strongly recommend that all of our guests purchase travel, health and cancellation insurance. Safety experts recommend hard hats and narrow boots, and we do not supply these items.


Gratuities for our staff are customary and very much appreciated! Generally 6% to 8% is standard. Thank you; the staff really appreciate it.


With a herd of 50+ horses, we can accommodate just about anyone but please note that some restrictions on age and weight do apply.

All riders must sign release/assumption of responsibility forms for both the T.R.C.R. and the outfitter before departure.