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Cannock Chase Horse Trekking

Horse Riding and Stables, Indoor and Outdoor
Profile iconAges 4+
Location iconStafford
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Attraction Information

Kids can get in touch with nature by trotting, cantering and galloping around the Staffordshire countryside with Cannock Chase Horse Trekking.

It doesn't matter if they haven't ridden before as a team of friendly professionals are ready to show them the ‘ropes’. Beginners will be fully trained up, while experienced riders will have chances to break off with one of the guides for a faster paced ramble before rejoining the group. The team make sure no man - or pony for that matter - is left behind!

There are a number of experiences to choose from such as the half hour paddock rides for kids age 4 and up, as well as treks for kids from age 7. There’s an after school kid’s club and a one-hour introductory trek which would be perfect for little beginners. Then if you fancy something a little more advanced, mixed ability, 2-hour or even all day treks are offered. It’s recommended to book one week in advance, or two during school holidays.

  • All abilities riding
  • Beginners' training available
  • Great choice of experiences

Opening hours

Wednesday to Sunday 8:30 - 17:00

Location

Address

Teddesley Coppice, Penkridge,
Stafford,
Staffordshire,
ST19 5RP,
England

Phone number

01785 711177

Pricing

General Admission
One Hour Introductory Ride £45.00
Paddock Rides (Under 7's) £25.00
Mixed Ability Trek 2 hours £65.00
Experienced Trek 2 hours £65.00
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FAQ & Additional Information

Additional Info

Weather

Treks are only cancelled in the case of severe frost or heavy snow fall. 

Clothing

Essential clothing includes: full length trousers, wellingtons or walking boots (or similar), riding hat (provided by the centre if needed) and suitable clothing for the weather conditions.

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