As an administrating agency with no management authority for the Pony Express NHT, the National Park Service depends heavily on its partners-organizations and associations, federal, state, and city/county agencies, and private landowners-with a keen interest in preserving the remnants of the trail. If you have an interest in helping to preserve the Pony Express NHT, you may contact any of the partners listed for more information.
Did You Know?
To carry the U.S. Mail across 1800 miles of wilderness, Pony Express riders changed horses about every 12-15 miles. At each station, the rider would quickly take the mochila with mail pouches from his saddle and throw it onto the saddle of the fresh horse - and off he went. More...