Horseriding short break, Wye Valley
£1066To£1150 excluding flights
Description of Horseriding short break, Wye Valley
2024: 19 Apr, 27 Apr, 4 May, 11 May, 25 May, 8 Jun, 20 Jun, 28 Jun, 5 Jul, 19 Jul, 27 Jul, 2 Aug, 10 Aug, 17 Aug, 24 Aug, 1 Sep, 13 Sep, 21 Sep, 27 Sep, 3 Oct, 11 Oct
1 Reviews of Horseriding short break, Wye Valley
5 out of 5 stars
Reviewed on 03 Jul 2022 by Laura Palmucci
1. What was the most memorable or exciting part of your vacation?
Cantering on the hills and in the woods and finding a nice place to rest at the end of the day.
2. What tips would you give other travelers booking this vacation?
Go only if you can ride sufficiently well, itís not for beginners.
3. Did you feel that your vacation benefited local people, reduced environmental impacts or supported conservation?
Horse riding is definitely more sustainable than driving...
4. Finally, how would you rate your vacation overall?
As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we've screened this (and every) vacation so that you can travel knowing it will help support the places and people that you visit, and the planet. Read how below.
PlanetAll paper, plastic, metal and food waste is recycled. Horse manure is used in local gardens to grow vegetables. Single use plastic is banned on all Riding Vacations. Customers bring their own refillable water bottles or can purchase these on arrival. All lunches are supplied in reusable containers. Customers carry all their rubbish with them. Where ever possible the operator seeks to protect and enhance the local environment. Regularly campaigning to protect the beautiful and nationally important hills and mountains of Mid Wales from wind turbine industrialisation.
We are obsessive and passionate about horse welfare. Our herd management system aims to provide the best possible life for the animals in our care and is industry leading;
All horses live outside all of the time, they are never stabled or put in tiny pens.
All horses live as part of a herd all of the time.
All horses have a 5 month Ďvacationí where they do not work and are turned out on large areas of land living as a herd.
Their diet consists of local sourced grass, hay and hard feed only.
Horses are wormed and loused minimally and regularly.
Tack is minimal, new and comfortable Ė itís professionally fitted to each horse individually. All horses ridden in snaffles only.
We travel the area on horseback instead of by vehicle.
The office is now paperless as far as possible. PDF info of trails now available with full details and live booking on our website.
PeopleWe provide amazing customer experiences of trail riding through the Radnor Hills and Cambrian Mountains of Wales, our Vacations aims to maximise it's positive impact on the economy and local society of Mid Wales. All administration and tours take place in Mid Wales. All customers come to the area and come into contact with lots of local people.
Our customers contribute to the local inns keeping this important part of local society alive. The owners grew up in this area and wish to positively impact it in every way. Simply by booking with us the customers preserve the local culture by contributing towards it.
All staff live in the area and are employed locally where possible. Everything needed to run the tours is purchased locally where possible. Accommodation, food & grazing is purchased directly from local suppliers. All suppliers are small family run operations including farmers, inns, hotels, farmhouses, guests houses & B&Bís.
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