Tag Archive 'horseback riding'

France

Provence is situated in the sun-blessed southeast corner of France, edged to the south by the Mediterranean. In a short time, Provence has changed from days of even a couple of generations ago. Formerly it was, to the French, a place of indolent country folk. To tourists, it was an idyllic spot, but one reserved […]

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A spectacular ride on the coast with steep cliffs, hidden coves and lovely beaches – every day this trail leads you through rugged and legendary Costa Brava. The gilded age of piracy along the Costa Brava was between the 14th and 17th centuries. One of the most notorious pirates was Barbarossa Khair ad Din (red […]

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Follow in the paths the herdsmen created hundreds of years ago and still use today –  the so called “Camino Real”.  Winding through the north eastern part of Catalonia, in summer these paths make their way up towards the Pyrenees, where the herds graze after wintering in the mild coastal areas. The round, polished, soft, high […]

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Our “Trail of Bandits” is based on the biography of the famous “bandolero” Joan Sala Serrallonga, the Catalonian Robin Hood who wandered around the mountains of Guilleries and Garrotxa during the 17th century. The vast pathless area of woodland offered good hiding places to outlaws. Canyons, table mountains and volcanoes rise up in this wild […]

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Scotland

Fort William, sections of the Great Glen Way, forests and wild untamed mountains – this trail showcases the Highlands in all their glory.  You will ride through the areas of Invergarry, Glen Affric and Kintail finishing your week in the brooding shadow of Liathach and Ben Eighe, some of the highest mountains in the United […]

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Scotland

Based on the fabulous series of books by Diana Gabaldon which are set in the Highlands. These breaks offer a mixture of riding through the real Highland landscape in which the stories are set, and days spent out of the saddle, visiting the ‘must see’ places associated with the story that we simply can’t get […]

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Scotland

Two options await for an amazing Scottish equestrian vacation – one route follows the northern route of the Scottish Highlands and the other route follows the southern route – TWO great options, ONE fantastic country! There is no better way to experience this rugged and beautiful landscape than on a horse. Fast and fun gallops, […]

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New York

1 1/2  hours south of Montreal and 30 minutes from Lake Placid, is a perfect place for kids and adults of all ages to hone their skills and experience the beauty of the majestic Adirondack Mountains in upstate New York. This equestrian center, run by a mother-daughter team, is a combination program – offering both lessons and […]

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Our ride in Colorado is truly a unique ride and one that you won’t find anywhere else. Located in the Sangre De Cristo mountains of southern Colorado, your base for the week is a private family owned ranch situated on 36,000 acres (private) of preserved wilderness and is surrounded by an additional 500,000 acres of […]

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Scotland’s Gleneagles Training, Trail and Golf Ride

The Gleneagles Hotel is every horse rider’s dream. The Equestrian School is one of the best equipped in the world and provides facilities for every discipline of horsemanship, and at every level of experience. Facilities include two covered, heated arenas, a fenced, surfaced open exercise and practice arena, seating for 700 spectators, a lecture room […]

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Ireland

See the ancient castles and ruins of Ireland this spring and summer. Enjoy a combination of visiting the ancient Irish castles and monastic ruins with lovely guided trail rides through Irish bogs, fields and local farmland. On this 4 day ride you will visit the impressive Portumna Castle which was the seat of the Earl […]

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