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Outdoor fun in Palm Springs? Horseback?

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My wife and I will making our trip to Southern CA in a couple weeks and we are VERY excited. During our time in Palm Springs, we would love to go on an outdoor "adventure" of some kind, without being 'too' adventuruous. Mainly, we would like to do a horseback tour while we are there. We have seen a few online that offer such tours but it can be tough telling the pros and cons between them all. So, I am hoping for your tips and advice...

Is there any company or group in Palm Springs that you recommend for a horseback tour? Did you have a good experience you can share? We are staying right in Palm Springs and will have a rental car.

Aside from horseback riding, is there anything else you would recommend? Any particular jeep tour or easy to moderate hike?

Thanks, as always, for your helpful advice! If you feel like tossing in a dining recommendation, too, we're ready to listen! I am sure there are other threads covering that though. =)

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