OPEN WEATHER PERMITTING
Thrill seekers love that feeling of their heart pounding against their chest while in the midst of an adventure. Imagine that feeling as it rises exponentially while being chased down on the trails by us on our horses. The activity should not take longer then 2 hours. You will start in St.Jacobs with a map and will have to make your way back to the barn (535 Northfield Drive east) following the trails and collecting “lives”, while being chased by 2 staff members on horseback. Your group will be split in to groups depending on your size. Along the trail you will find “lives”. The goal is to collect as many “lives” as you can without being caught. Every time you are caught you will have to surrender one of your “lives”. The team with the most “lives”at the end wins.
*Mantracker starting location is in St.Jacobs*
Pricing: 12 people or less – $125+HST
13 – 20 people – $11 +HST
April – June: 7 days a week
July – August: Monday – Friday
Sept – October: 7 days a week
For $15 per person you can order T-Shirts:
“I SURVIVED MANTRACKER AT HORSEBACK ADVENTURES”
Online third party booking has associated fee
Direction to Mantracker starting point:
Option 1: OPEN
Starting location: Old Scout Place, St. Jacobs (Can be found on google maps)
Coming from Waterloo
- North on King street in St.Jacobs turn right onto Printery Rd (Only has one entrance off of King)
- Follow Printery Rd until you get to Old Scout Place, turn right onto Old Scout (Only one entrance and exit onto Old Scout)
- Follow Old Scout to the end of the road – This is your meeting location for your group
- Once all of your team has arrived, walk as a group on the trail (go left) towards underneath the overpass (That is where you’ll meet the horses)
Option 2: CLOSED Turn onto driveway (790 King Street) in between Max’s Sport and the highway. Follow driveway through 2 farms onto Old Scout Place. Turn right onto Old Scout. Trail entrance is hidden behind dirt pile but is accessible. At trail foot path entrance, go left and follow trail under the overpass. The horses are not allowed to walk up to meet at this part of the trail. So we will meet at the river.
Plants to watch our for!
Please make your group aware of the plants out on the trail that they should avoid contact with!