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Northfield Farm Riding Centre

Horse Rides, Pony Trekking and Trail Rides from Northfield Farm in the Peak District.

Looking for somewhere to ride in the Peak District? Then come and ride with us at Northfield Farm. The successful riding centre was opened in 1976 by David and Liz Andrews. It is situated on the edge of Flash, England's highest village, which is just 5 miles south of Buxton.

Hacking and Trekking

The rides, mostly 2 hours in length follow the old pack horse trails to such beauty spots as Three Shires Head, where the 3 county boundaries meet, (Cheshire, Staffordshire and Derbyshire). Whilst the longer rides will take you to the old market village of Longnor or up over the moors for lunch at the Cat and Fiddle Inn.

Normally starting at 10.30am or 2.00pm, depending on the length, all rides are accompanied by our own very competent / qualified staff who are only too willing to help the client regardless of ability. We have a wide variety (over 30) of mostly home bred horses and ponies, which will suit all ages and standards, from the first timer to the more experienced rider.

Two-day Trail Ride

All trail rides are accompanied with either one or two guides, numbers on the rides vary, usually between 4 and 8.

The two-day trail ride comprises two days of riding through the beautiful Derbyshire dales, taking in the Chatsworth and Haddon Hall estates and High Peak trails. There is overnight accommodation at a guest-house in Bakewell, with breakfast included.

The two day trail rides are available between June to September.

[This is just an indicator of the services for this business, for full and current descriptions please visit their website or contact them.]

01298 22543
Flash, Near Buxton, Derbyshire, SK17 0SW
Leisure / Sport
Derbyshire Dales

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