We went on a half-day pony trek at Parc-Le-Breos, which cost £35 per person. The group meets at 09:45 and the session begins with a talk about riding and a chance to meet and brush down your horse before you tack up. The staff assume little / no prior knowledge, so if you are an experienced rider you need to be prepared to go over the basics again, but our friend who rides regularlary still very much enjoyed the session. The group had a good mix of ages too, both children and adults. The ride itself was a gentle walk with the occasional trot, although more experienced riders can canter. We went up the hills to see stunning scenery, including the local beaches. The group walks in a row that seemed to be largely ordered in terms of level of experience, so be aware that you might not necessarily get to ride next to your friends / family members. That was a bit of a surprise to us, but we still all had a really good time and met some other lovely people too. Also, be aware that with arriving at 09:45 and then not getting back to the base until 13:00ish, it is quite a long time to go without a drink, especially if it is a hot and sunny day, so you might want to take something with you. It was a really nice way to spend a morning and I would recommend it to anybody that wants to give horse-riding a go or already enjoys riding and doesn't mind going at a gentle pace alongside beginners! Two of us had only been riding once before (two years ago) and the staff made us very comfortable with clear instructions. The horses did a good job to put us at ease too.
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