You can submit a reservation online for any trip through our parent company Rock Creek Pack Station Reservations.
You can also make reservations for any of our Pack Stations' adventures by going to our online booking service at FareHarbor with a credit card. If you use the FareHarbor booking site you will pay about 8% extra for the booking fee.
You can also call our office at (760) 872-8331 and reserve your trip with a credit card. There will be a 2% convenience fee.
If you would like a blank reservation form, please contact the main office at (760) 872-8331.
Please PRINT, SIGN and RETURN the Release of Liability form and meals preference questionaire with your payment.
Full payment due thirty days prior to starting date and is non-refundable.
Cancellation and refund policy:
Deposit and final payments within 30 days of starting date are non-refundable.
Refund of payment(except deposit) will be returned only if you fill spot on trip.
No transfer of deposit or trip fee to following year for cancellations.
We advise guests to purchase cancellation and trip travel
insurance if you don't want to assume risk of losing payment due to illness or family emergency.
One option is found here.
All rates (except Horse Drives and Mustang/Benton Trips) are subject to a 3% outfitter-guide fee, an 8% fee to cover regulatory changes, a $5 wilderness permit fee, and a $15 permit monitoring fee.
Please note that trips traveling in the Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks are subject to an additional 3% fee for park use.
Riders over 200 pounds or who are very heavy for their height need to be approved by the pack station before
they may sign up for a trip.
Riders cannot weigh over 240 pounds.
Minimum age is 6 years old.
All Children 13 years of age or younger MUST wear a riding helmet.
The pack station needs to approve all people who have physical characteristics and disabilities that may pose a safety risk for the participant.
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