Has No Horse can be reached by riding almost to the end of Mad Max Drive. You will see it heading up the hill on the right side of the road.
As much of your elevation was gained riding up the road — the trail is less steep than riding up Parkway or Escape from Moscow. As is typical with all mountain bike trails at Horse Ridge, expect some rocky, technical sections. There will be two fence crossings where you will enter and exit the Research Area. You can exit the trail after each fence crossing. First at Escape from Moscow and second at Sand Canyon.
If you continue on Has No Horse you end up at the top of Horse Ridge at a viewpoint looking to the South. Many people think the trail is finished at this point – but there’s more!
Drop down the backside of Horse Ridge at this point along Crooked Arm and you will then need to cross a road and head up a new, less steep ridge. The trail stays left at the intersection with Horse to Horse (which you may not even notice), and head up and over this second ridge. Chances are you will never see another mountain biker when riding out here. Very remote feeling with nobody around.
The trail is moderately technical in a few short sections and you end at a gravel road about 25 yards West of the start of Crazyhorse on the other side of the road. Look for a large concrete platform that is some type of old holding tank.
This is primarily a winter riding area due to the sandy soils. Winter rain and snow doesn’t hit this area as hard, and trails are often prime in the winter months.