Date: 6-12-14 to 6-14-14
Location: Across Nevada on the Pony Express Trail.
Description: Ranked among the most remarkable feats to come out of the American West, the Pony Express was in service from April 1860 to November 1861. Its primary mission was to deliver mail and news between St. Joseph, Missouri, and San Francisco, California. This is an annual ReRide of the historic Pony Express route covering nearly 2000 miles between Sacramento, CA and St. Joseph, MO and within the 10 days that it was originally executed over 150 years ago.  Nevada had several stations and to this day has most of the original trail unpaved and preserved in place.  Riders relay horses and the “mail” 24 hours a day during the dates mentioned, across the entire state of Nevada, as well as the eight states on the historic trail.  For additional information please visit or call 775-220-0605.

Phone Number: 775-220-0605