STATEMENT OF POLICIES 2019
Price Includes: All camp lodging & meals; horses and activities as described in the ride descriptions; camp equipment and staff from first days’ lunch through last morning breakfast; round trip shuttle transport between Lander, Wyoming and camp; taxes.
Not Included: Transportation into Lander, Wyoming, pre- or post- ride overnight accommodations, gratuities, liquor (BYOB) and items of personal nature.
Minimum age for participants is 16 years old. No one under age 18 unless accompanied by parent or guardian. The minimum drinking age in Wyoming is 21.
Deposit and Cancellation Policy:
$1500.00 non-refundable deposit required upon booking to hold reservation. Non-refundable balance due in full 45 days prior to arrival. We highly recommend travel insurance, click here to purchase AIG/TravelGuard insurance.
Payment options include Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express submitted securely through this website; or ACH check paid online through your invoice; or personal or cashier’s check in U.S. funds only payable to Blue Sky Sage, P.O. Box 116, Big Piney, WY 83113. Sorry, no personal checks from Canada or other countries.
Blue Sky Sage reserves the right to alter or cancel any attractions, dates or activities that do not meet the standards of the company, due to unforeseen circumstances. These circumstances include but are not limited to: unfavorable weather conditions, unsafe travel conditions, insufficient bookings or land management changes. If Blue Sky Sage cancels any ride, any or all deposits and/or final payments made can be carried over to another trip during the same year or for the following year only.
In the Event of an Emergency Policy:
All Blue Sky Sage staff members are required by law to have current certifications for Basic First Aid and CPR. Additionally, a cell phone is carried in the field by Bobbi or Mike for emergencies. All costs associated with treatment for injury or illness by professional, medically trained providers administering care after the Blue Sky Sage staff is relieved of their emergency duties, are the responsibility of the person requiring treatment. The costs of any evacuation are to be paid by the injured or ill person or his/her legal guardian.
Absolutely no alcohol consumption is allowed while riding or in the field. Camp is the only appropriate place to drink. All guests are welcome to enjoy their favorite alcoholic beverage in the evening, and we only ask that everyone practice moderation. Due to Wyoming law, the company cannot provide alcohol to anyone. We reserve the right to take appropriate measures if someone gets out of hand due to drinking excessively.
High Wild & Lonesome LLC, dba Blue Sky Sage operates under special use permits from the Bureau of Land Management and the State of Wyoming.