The Triple L Ranch rides operate under the following policies:

  • Riding Helmets required (extra waiver for non helmets available).

  • Long pants, closed toe shoes are required.

  • Cameras & sunglasses sunscreen applied 30 min prior to ride strongly advised.

  • Our trails are rugged and all riders should be in good physical condition.

  • Weight limit is 215 lbs.

  • Minimum height for riders is 5-ft tall.

  • Minimum age is 11 years old, and legs must reach stirrups (you may bring buddy stirrups if you have them).

CANCELLATION POLICY

Because of our limited space & availability, we offer no refunds; however, you may sell your ride or transfer to a new date if the dates are available, with a 10% re-booking fee for new dates.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:

  1. How far are you from most resort areas?

    Good question since a lot our clients come from the resort areas! We are approximately one hour to one hour and fifteen minutes from Lahaina Wailea. The good thing is there are many fabulous stops to make coming or going. Sunrise or sunset at Haleakala. Tedeshi Winery great ribs ad the Ulupalakua Ranch Store before of after the shorter rides. The. re are the Lavender Farms, Botanical Gardens, Oceans Distillery, Surfing Goat Dairy (Awesome cheese) The little cowboy town of Makawao. If you want to drive the backside to Hana ( this is our choice miss all the traffic) we make a great morning ride stop! If you come back form Hana this way a perfect sunset ride stop!

  2. How long have you been in business?

    The ranch began in 1950. The cattle tours began in 2011as a way to help support the ranch as increasing taxes arise. Every day our little slice of heaven is being infringed upon by development staying open as a ranch means we have to diversify to keep going. By riding with us you help keep the local farming and agricultural industry on Maui going! We really appreciate you!!

  3. Do you let people run the horses?

    We are a cattle ranch and the terrain ( lava) running the horses means go get the cattle! So at this time we do not allow galloping or running the horses, safety comes first. And well, we like to take our time out here, however if you are avid rider we allow cantering and trotting per your cowboys descretion.