Why horse riding?
What is a Livery?

Trail riding one of the most popular equestrian activities. Riding a good trail on a beautiful, well-trained horse is an amazing way to spend your day. To ensure your trail ride is a memorable adventure and not an unpleasant outing, it’s important to know what you are doing.

A day in the wilderness can be challenging if you aren’t prepared. However, we have experienced guides, so there is nothing to worry about. Nevertheless, before you head out, keep the following tips in mind.

  • Travel responsibly. Comply with all signs and respect barriers.
  • Be considerate of others on the road or trail. Respect the rights of others, including private property owners and all recreational trail users, campers and others so they can enjoy their recreational activities undisturbed.
  • Check the weather forecast for your destination. Plan clothing, equipment and supplies accordingly.
  • Riders should match their skill level to the temperament and ability of the horse they ride.
  • Be alert and aware of the presence of other trail enthusiasts. If possible, pull to the side of the trail when you hear oncoming off-highway vehicles or bicycles.
  • Keep the to a minimum.

Don’t forget, we offer trail rides from Tuesday to Sunday. We have horses of all shapes and sizes for riders of all shapes and sizes.

Our packages include:

30 minute – 2 hour trails.

Sunset trails in summer.

2-hour trails include a cheese platter for two and a bottle of wine at the Wild Clover Brewery after the trail.

And more!

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