In the summer 2013, we offer six seven day riding tours for small groups along the beautiful coastline of Southern Snaefellsnes.
We trail from Gröf through a magical, ever-changing landscape, from rough lava, over sparkling streams and rivers, to sandy beaches until we reach Löngufjörur, one of the longest beaches in Iceland, at spring tide.
At the time of spring tide, even more of the sand is exposed and the ground is softer. There we can ride for hours on the famous smooth gait tolt, unique to Icelandic horses, and the horses can really show their mettle running free without any obstacles to slow them down.
The Icelandic horse is a five-gaited breed, famous for its smooth tolt or flying pace. The Icelandic horse is known for its sure-footedness, strength and ability to cross rough terrain, and for its good nature.
All our horses are bred from top quality stallions and most of them from top quality mares from our own breeding stock.