Get Wild with the Horses West of Town
On the way to Ya Ha Tinda, west of Sundre, can be found most of Alberta's free-roaming wild horses. After stopping in Sundre, why not venture further west and discover the scenic beauty of these beauties' range
The Best Route to Find Wild Horses
Take this route directly from Sundre. It'll take you along a beautiful drive that follows the Red Deer River, and will take you all the way to Ya Ha Tinda. You're certain to pull over and take pictures of the beautiful vistas.
Note: The road is mostly gravel, and there is little to no cell service. And there is, of course, no guarantee you'll run into a herd. But it's probably your best chance.
This nearby organization will help you find them:
Wild Horses of Alberta Society
To learn about the wild, free-roaming horses of Alberta, get into contact with the WHOAS. They'll gladly welcome you to their rescue facility 15 minutes west of Sundre. There is the opportunity to see a local herd of wild horses, and to find out about the society and its mission to save and preserve Alberta's wild horses. It's a memory you'll always remember. Donations suggested.
For information on WHOAS, and to book a visit - check out their website: www.wildhorsesofalberta.com
To get to WHOAS: Visit this Google Maps link: https://goo.gl/maps/JbDFZx1AEMSfrmJy9