Trek into the heart of the Burren and get a taste of Irish folklore! Ride alongside old stone forts and ruins left behind by the blight of the Irish potato famine around the 1840's. Min 1 Max 10 pax. Available March to October.
Experience the beautiful County Clare countryside from horseback with this
family owned stables. Beautiful views of Slieve Eva, the magnificent Connemara
mountain ranges, the iconic Cliffs of Moher and the Aran Islands make this
trek is one of the most popular! Treks stretch to either 3 or
4 hours depending on your own preference.
Whether it's a fun time or an exciting and challenging hack you're looking for we cater for all riders, from young to old with all different levels of experience.
Ride some of the best trails the West of Ireland and Wild Atlantic Way have to
offer. Each of our trails is unique. We trek through the woodlands, up the
hills of Slieve Elva and along peaceful winding green roads into the world- renowned Burren region. Live out your dreams and gallop in the waves on a nearby beach or trek up the mountains until you find yourself sitting over 1200 feet above the Atlantic, taking in panoramic views of the Cliffs of Moher, Aran Islands and Connemara Mountains.
The stables are located just a few minutes away from Doolin Cave and a short 10-minute drive outside the seaside village of Doolin, world famous for its traditional music and craic. Doolin is an ideal base for exploring what the west of Ireland has to offer. Situated on the Wild Atlantic Way, it is home to the shortest ferry crossing to the unspoilt Aran Islands, it is just minutes away from the Cliffs of Moher and is the perfect base for discovering the magical landscape of the Burren.
Horse. Guide. Helmet and half chaps.
Food and drinks. Some warm clothing in the event of bad weather. Sun cream, sun glasses and a camera in the event of good weather.