OUR HORSE RIDING TREKS

See our range of treks from beach to mountain trail rides.

2 hour beach and mountain horse trek
Beach & Mountain Ride on Dingle Peninsula

Beach & Mountain Ride

DURATION: 2 hours

TIMES: 11am and 2pm. 
(note: 2pm ride in July & August is a montain ride only)

EXPERIENCE: Suitable for all levels of rider

COST: €80

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DESCRIPTION: Our 2hr trek allows you to enjoy the best of both worlds. Ride along the golden sand of Ceann Tra and over the scenic Cathair Bó Sine mountain trail.  This trek is a must for anyone looking to take in all the most beautiful views that Ventry has to offer.  This trek can be enjoyed by all and will be suited to your level of experience.

Mountain Ride

DURATION: 1 hour

TIMES: 2pm

EXPERIENCE: Suitable for all levels of rider

COST: €45

DESCRIPTION: Ventry is surrounded by wonderful country side which you can explore on our Mám an Óraigh mountain trek. This trek can be enjoyed by all and will be tailored to suit all levels of riding experience  We take in the spectacular scenery of the skelligs and all of ventry bay. Following the pilgrim’s path up to the top of Cathair Bó Sine where we can see Mount Brandon and overlook Dingle Town and Bay.

Mountain Trek by Horse
Mountain Trek by Horse
Beach horse rides with Longs Riding

Beach Ride

DURATION: 1 hour

TIMES: 9:30am

EXPERIENCE: Suitable for all levels of rider

COST: €45

DESCRIPTION: Located just a short ride from our farm is the picturesque beach of Ventry Bay. Taking in the views of the beautiful Ventry countryside and the Iveragh Peninsula across the bay. Our beach trek can be enjoyed by all at a leisurely walking pace along the water’s edge.  For those with adequate experience in English style riding, a gallop along the beach is a once in a life time experience.  If the gallop* is beyond your level of experience, we will gladly offer you the opportunity to enjoy a trot or canter in a more controlled environment back at the farm.

* To gallop on a beach you would need to be an advanced rider who is currently riding regularly and is comfortable in the saddle, plus the ability to handle a spirited horse in open country.