How to prepare for a visit
Preparation guidelines and rules of conduct, to make your visit fun, safe and comfortable!
What to bring
Please keep in mind that spring and fall weather can be cold, cool or windy. This list of suggested items will help keep you safe and comfortable.
- Cowboy Boots or Boots with a heel
- Cowboy Hat or Riding Helmet
- Jeans or riding trousers
- Rain Jacket & Warm Coat
- Winter riding, warm clothes, socks and gloves
- Camera/ GoPro
- mosquito repellent spray
During Packtrips (multiday trips)
- Warm, wind or weather-resistant coat that fits snuggly and is non-floppy; hat, gloves, warm socks, neck scarf; optional rain poncho
- Dark quilted or thick, warm, comfy shirt that’s easy to brush off
- Cowboy boots or slick-soled boots with good, safe, stirrup heel; an extra pair of sturdy, comfortable shoes for camp
- Over-the-calf socks (to help keep legs happily free from chafing)
- Riding helmet, if desired and optional
- Wide-brimmed hat and/or billed cap
- Water bottle with nylon pouch and easy tie options
- Towel, wash cloth, soap, toothpaste, shampoo, mirror, comb
- Wet wipes, Kleenex, two plastic bags for laundry and trash
- Camera and lots of batteries!
- Maximum weight 90 kg
- Riding at your own risk, parents or guardians are responsible for their children.
Rules of conduct
- Be respectful of our horses, other people and environment.
- Listen to given instructions from the guide, we alway have yours and the horses safety at heart.
- Please respect agreed time schedule
- If you have any allergies or physical disadvantages please contact us before arrival.