Trail Safety

Orientation

Before each tour, our guides hold a ride orientation to discuss general riding safety and specific dangers that apply to the trail that day. All guests must wear a helmet unless a helmet waiver has been signed. We strongly recommend that riders wear gloves, riding boots, knee braces, elbow pads, and chest protectors. 

On the Trail

Our guides carry tools for basic trail repairs and straps to tow out machines that can't be easily repaired. Each guide is trained in both first aid and CPR and also carries a basic first aid kit . 

Emergency

Most of our tours traverse beautiful and rugged terrain. These remote landscapes offer very little cell phone service. Our guides know the shortest routes to find cell service or evacuate if needed. For emergencies, we carry two way GPS satellite communication devices that link directly to Emergency Medical Services if an ambulance or helicopter is required.