"Trail riding and camping with horses is my happy place. Wearing a safe and comfortable riding helmet helps keep it that way!"
Robert Eversole “The TrailMeister” owns and operates the largest horse trail and horse camp guide in the world, www.TrailMeister.com.
Robert founded www.TrailMeister.com when he found that accurate trail information wasn’t easily available for trail riders and horse campers. 11 years later, www.TrailMeister.com is the largest guide to horse riding and camping areas in the world; with free trail and trailhead information, trail maps, and much more to help outdoor enthusiasts experience the joys of trail riding.
Active in the equine community, Robert is a PATH intl. Registered Instructor with over a decade of experience helping individuals with special needs experience the rewarding benefits of equine-assisted activities.
Working full time helping horse and mule riders find the straight scoop on new places to ride and camp Robert has found himself a highly requested clinician at equine events around the nation where he shares his knowledge of trail riding, camping with livestock, and trail safety with horse and mule groups.
When he’s not speaking with horse and mule riders at events across the US, writing regular feature columns in leading equine publications including Trail Rider Magazine and The Northwest Horse Source Robert can be found riding and camping across the country.
Recently, Robert had an eventful ride in Oregon’s Three Sisters Wilderness area. He got a bit banged up and broke his helmet. But, he's OK! Here are 4 things he did RIGHT during his ride that could help protect you on your next excursion.