Facility

A Place for Horses

     A Place for Humans

High Mountain's facilities are designed for the safety and comfort for both, horses and humans . Rolling hills, vista views, the spacious Miracle Barn and ministry rooms provide for all visitors to enjoy peace and fun.

 

Our facilities include:

 

Rolling pastures with natural obstacles for visual and mental interest for the horses

Run In Sheds in every field

Horse Playground with training obstacles to help horses and humans be challenged and learn

Round Pen

 

The Miracle Barn for horses and humans 

    9 large open air stalls for horse comfort and enjoyment

     Spacious Aisle

     Tack Room

     Wash Rack / Vet Check area

     Large Indoor Common Room for indoor lessons and events

     Offices and Private Rooms

     Intern Bunk Room

     Storage Room

 

Prayer Garden 45 x 35 hill top flower garden with large deck overlook

 

Riding Trails for students - rolling hills and forest all in safe, limited environment for cross training and building trail skills.

 

Coming soon - Indoor Arena (plans and fundraising underway)

 

     This arena will enable us to offer a large spacious teaching/riding area for all students of High Mountain year round.  It will also enable High Mountain to host equine events to better our community, bring in tourism, serve our students and build relationships within the horse community. The long range goals for the indoor are for year round, safe sessions to the students and clients of High Mountain.  This arena will also include visitors viewing area, private therapy rooms (physical & mental) and Handicap accesible Restrooms

105 x 150 sand arena

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