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Wind In Your Hair Riding at Cherry Canyon Ranch
46 East Cherry Canyon Drive
Wanship, Utah 84017
(435) 901-4644


From Salt Lake City or Park City

Take I-80 east towards Cheyenne. Take exit 155 (Wanship and Kamas). There is a Sinclair gas station on the right corner, at the bottom of the "off" ramp. Turn left. Go under the freeway, heading north towards Wanship.

Drive one-quarter of a mile. At the "T" in the road, follow the big bend to the right. Go two short blocks. Where the road splits three ways, stay to the right beside the white abandoned building. The "Rail Trail" parking lot will be on your left, nearly opposite the abandond building. Go under the freeway and across the river. (There is an "Old Lincoln Hwy" marker on the right, just after your cross the bridge.)

Go one half of a mile. At the "T" in the road, stay to the left. Turn second right on to Cherry Canyon Drive. (The first right is a gravel driveway heading uphill. DO NOT take that driveway.) The second right is Cherry Canyon Drive, so turn right there. There is a red barn with a white door and trim on the left and a sign that says "Cherry Canyon Ranch." Two old wooden barns are on the right. (Note: If you see a white church on your left, you have gone about two hundred yards too far.) Turn around!

When you turn on to Cherry Canyon Drive, you are here! Go to the second building on the left. It is a sage green cinder block building with a brown roof. Do not look for a "Wind In Your Hair Riding" sign, since we do not want strangers stopping by when we're not there. Park in the grassy parking lot in front of the barn. Please do not park close to the large gate on the left side of the parking lot, as we need to be able to bring the horses in and out of the pasture there.

We are approximately 20 minutes from Park City.

We are approximately 15 minutes from The Canyons.

We are approximately 40-45 minutes from Salt Lake City.


Please Note: We highly recommend that you follow these website direstions. Do not rely on google maps, map quest or your GPS divices. People almost invariably get lost when they do!

Happy trails. See you soon!




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