New York,
12
January
2017
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08:58 PM
Europe/Amsterdam

Saddle Up for the Chinese New Year in a Rooster-Worthy Ranch Courtesy of Booking.com

Celebrating the much anticipated Chinese New Year, Booking.com, the global leader in connecting travelers with the widest choice of incredible places to stay, presents seven stays to experience a taste of the cowboy, ranch life. Grab a pair boots, seize the reins and channel your inner “rooster” in 2017!

 

1. Tanque Verde Guest Ranch, Arizona

Situated 1.6 km from Saguaro National Park, this guest lodge is the perfect spot for a western ranch experience. Horse riding, horsemanship lessons and fishing, are just some of the activities guests can enjoy during their stay.

2. Spring Creek Ranch, Jackson

Offering stunning views of the Teton Mountain Range, this year-round luxury resort is located on a wildlife sanctuary. During the winter months travellers can enjoy a horse-drawn sleigh ride, while a horseback riding during the summer months will give you a genuine taste of the Wild West.

3. Sorrel River Ranch Resort & Spa, Utah

A great variety of horseback rides and horsemanship awaits you at this 160 acre ranch resort. Enjoy leisurely rides through the breathtaking trails overlooking the red rock mountains. Animal lovers can visit the farm and feed the animals, while the younger cowgirls and cowboys can saddle up for a pony ride.

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About Booking.com:

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Contact Details for Booking.com:

For further information, contact the Booking.com U.S. Press Office,

Joseph Moscone, Senior Manager, Public Relations | joseph.moscone@booking.com | (212) 548-3491

Lauren Hanafin, Harrison & Shriftman | lhanafin@hs-pr.com | (917) 351-8613

4. Flying L Guest Ranch, Texas

Back in the day, the real Texas cowboys were driving cattle from Texas to the north. Today, at Flying L Guest Ranch guests can experience the life of a modern-day Texas cowboy and enjoy an array of tempting activities like golfing and horse riding. Founded back in 1947, this property hosted famous guests like John Wayne and Tex Ritter.

5. K3 Guest Ranch, Cody

Surrounded by mountains, this bed and breakfast was once a working cattle ranch. Featuring unique western-style themed rooms, trick horses and a Western breakfast cooked over a campfire, this is the place to stay for a true glimpse of the Old West.

 

6. Sundance Guest Ranch, Ashcroft, Canada

Overlooking the Thompson River Valley, this beautiful ranch is home to more than 100 horses and has a large crew of wranglers waiting to introduce you to the cowboy life. Whether you are an experienced rider or a first timer, an unforgettable experience awaits you in one of the sunniest spots in Canada.

7. Kepler Oaks Chalet, Te Anau, New Zealand 

Set on 13 acres within Fiordland National Park Scenic Reserve, this chalet is perfect for riding the plains, fishing and exploring one of the most beautiful parts on New Zealand. And if you’re travelling with kids, they can experience the farm life and enjoy free pony rides in the safety of the round pen