Rise and fall with the countryside on quiet lanes and exciting downhill sprints in this stunning area. Try one of the ride with GPS routes that we've created.
A wonderful location for horse riding, pony trekking or extended day trail rides with breathtaking views across the Snowdonia Mountains.
A variety of routes and options cater for all types of riders, from novice to experienced riders there is something for everyone. Their celebrated pub ride is one of the main attractions to try out.
This attraction is open year round for explorers to enjoy.
Half Hour £ 15.00
One Hour £ 22.00
One & half Hour £30.00
Two Hour £35.00
Half Day £40.00
Pub Ride £50.00
Full Day £70.00
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