There are many outdoor activities for outdoor lovers. They can go to parks, sports grounds, or simply go for a walk. But nothing compares the thrill of a horse ride, especially when you go to a new place and view a new landscape. Following are 4 great places to go for horse riding in the UK.
M. International School of Horsemanship, Cornwall
If you appreciate past burial cairns, abandoned copper and tin mine workings, and Bronze Age stone circles, TM International trek is an excellent choice for horse riding in the UK. You will have the chance to view prehistoric settlements along the way. These moor rides are more suitable for experienced rider though. Fortunately, TM International offers riding lessons so that you can enjoy their rides safely.
Liberty Trails, Dartmoor
If you are an experienced rider and want to enjoy something new, Liberty Trails is an excellent option for you. This is your chance to try Western riding on American Quarter Horses without leaving your country. You will have a chance to explore the wild and unspoiled landscape of Dartmoor.
Northfield Farm, Peak District
Fancy riding in the highest village in England? At 1517 feet above sea level, Flash offers amazing views of the beautiful countryside. Northfield farms welcome beginners as well as experienced riders. You can enjoy amazing spots like Three Shires Head, where the counties of Staffordshire, Derbyshire, and Cheshire meet.
Tynings Trekking Centre, near Bristol
Located in the Mendip Hills, ANOB (Area of Outstanding National Beauty), Tynings Trekking Center offers an outstanding experience of horse riding in the UK. And you don’t need to set a single hoof on the public highway. It makes your ride more enjoyable and safe. You will see a large area consisting of forests and moorlands. Beginners can enjoy their rides watching the scenery while there is enough opportunity for experienced riders for a good canter.