Horse riding and Western Riding in The New Forest



With 94,000 acres of the ancient hunting grounds and wonderful wildlife, the New Forest National Park is a perfect place to unwind.
There is no better way to enjoy the Forest than on the horseback. Ride amongst the wild forest ponies and wander through leafy glades where you may catch a glimpse of one of the many herds of deer.
Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned rider... all welcome!



(www.thenewforest.co.uk)

Transport

By train: To get to The New Forest travel to Brockenhurst or New Milton


Accommodation (if needed)


Horse riding and Western riding & Sights & Where to eat

Horse riding in The New Forest HORSE RIDING

There is no better way to enjoy the Forest than on the horseback. Ride amongst the wild forest ponies and wander through leafy glades where you may catch a glimpse of one of the many herds of deer.
Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned rider... all welcome!

For more details on horse riding courses go to Forest Park Riding Stables (www.forestparkridingstables.co.uk).

Western riding in The New Forest WESTERN RIDING

Join the Ranchers at Burley Villa farm near New Milton and experience horse riding with a difference - "Western Style".
Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned rider... all welcome. So let's get the jeans on and ride the range.

For more details on western riding courses go to Burley Villa School of Riding (www.burleyvilla.co.uk).

Alternative programme: hire a bike in Brockenhurst and enjoy The New Forest on the bike

Sights: New Forest Cider Brewery in Burley

Where to eat: Queen's Head in Burley


Our pictures (New Forest)

Minty gallery

Useful Info & Tips

The New Forest - official website

New Forest Bus Tour

Walking in The New Forest

Walking Britain - maps, walks, tips


What to take with you on your adventures & Travel necessities

IN MY BAG I SHOULD HAVE... click here A couple of tips from Minty on what to take with you. And remember: "He who would travel happily must travel light" (Antoine de Saint-Exupery).


Any questions? Ask those who have already been there!



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