Celebrate the Spirit of
Roy, Gene, Hoppy & Randolph Scott in the Alabama Hills
The ONLY WAY ... on A HORSE!
SPECIAL "Wrangler" Ride - 2 Hours
Limited Availability - Friday Only
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM
Available Only During the Film Festival
$125.00 per person
Call now for reservations!
Roeser Livestock – 760-935-4324 (Pre Festival)
JENNIFER AND LEE ROESER HAVE LIVED AND WORKED for many years based out of the Owens Valley at the 8 Mile Ranch in Independence and McGee Creek Pack Station high in the California Eastern Sierra. They both have extensively explored the Sierra on horseback and are recently the proud recipients of the ‘Most Honored Packers’ award at the 2010 Bishop Mule Days.
Lee's family has been in the packing business since the 1950's. He has over 40 years of packing experience and is currently working for the Inyo National Forest as the Forest Packer. He has packed from the Los Padres National Forest in the south to the Shasta Trinity National Forest in the north. Jennifer’s family is also steeped in the packing business as she, her mother and father ran McGee Creek Pack Station from 1978.
In 1988 Lee and Jennifer married and purchased McGee outright. The Roesers winter their horses and mules at their headquarters at 8 Mile Ranch in Independence where they also raise and train a few quarter horses that make excellent rough country trail riding horses. Both Jennifer and Lee continue in the filming business as well and Lee holds the Hollywood Wranglers’ Card. Winter trail rides for guests in the Alabama Hills out of Lone Pine are a popular way to get to know this landscape and the Roesers! * Note: Please call for details. Weight limitations may apply.
Click McGee Creek above for more about the Pack Station.
• Ride and See the Legendary Movie Locations of Roy Rogers, Gene Autry, John Wayne, Hopalong Cassidy, The Shadow, Maverick, Gunga Din, and More!
• Great Photo Opportunities –See…. the Rock where Gene and Champion stood; the Rock where Hoppy hid from the bad guys; where the Indians began their attack in “How the West was Won”; where that Stage Stop really was in “Rawhide”; where Gene waters the mules in “Mule Train”; where Cary Grant started across that suspension bridge in “Gunga Din” and much more, right at the base of the majestic Sierra Mountains!