Sunset Ranch Hollywood
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See the Hollywood Sign on horseback! They have 1 and 2 hour rides. This is so much fun, but if you’re afraid of heights, I don’t recommend.
This spot offers trail riding through Griffith park. You can even ride to a cool Mexican restraint for dinner or back to Sunset ranch for a ho down! check out the website and book in advance. Sunset Ranch Hollywood Stables. www.sunsetranchhollywood.com
Sunset Ranch horseback riding - Riding, sunset rides through the Hills, and Saturday BBQ and music.
Since the 1930's there's been a stable near the Hollywood Sign where you can book a ride from Hollywood to a Mexican restaurant in the Valley.
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