Horse Riding With Lesson and Trek For One (£14) or Two (£28) at Grange Trekking (60% Off)
- Horse trekking centre with accommodation in picturesque Welsh countryside
- Introductory classes
- Full day and week-long treks
- One hour introduction
- One hour scenic trek
- Helmet hire included
- Suitable for adults and children over the age of six
Limit 1 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required via www.grangetrekking.co.uk/bookingform.php. 48-hour cancellation policy. Suitable for ages 6 and up. Times allocated on booking. Minimum group size of 10 people. Original values include helmet hire. Valid for option purchased only. Original values verified 26 June 2012 at 10.50am.
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While stallions are often revered for their imposing physicality they usually have a horse throat. Say yay not neigh with today's Groupon for two hours' horse riding with a lesson and a trek from Grange Trekking. Choose from the following options:• £14 for one person (60% off)
• £28 for two people (60% off)
Riding high since 1957, Grange Trekking Centre offers a wide range of activities for enthusiastic equestrians who want to explore the stunning Welsh surrounds on horseback. The school specialises in trekking adventures which can last for half a day, a full day, and whole weeks, each of them combining riding and the taking in of countryside sights, with onsite accommodation available for wannabe riders looking to spend the night. As the school caters for both adults and kids, everyone can get involved in a trot and a canter before galloping off into the sunset.
The first hour of this experience will act as an introductory riding lesson, ensuring that students get to grips with the basics. Budding canterers can then mount their horse and take off for an hour of scenic trekking. The route can take riders through heather covered mountain tops and past stunning waterfalls before stopping off at a variety of reservoirs and some of Mother Nature’s very own beauty spots. All horses and helmets are provided, meaning that riders need only bring a bucket full of yays and neighs.