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Teme Valley

The Teme Valley Trail is a challenging 4 day trail ride with long days in the saddle and interesting overnight stops.

We all look forward to welcoming you on the Teme Valley Trail Ride . . .

Ride to the Teme Valley . . .

The Teme Valley Trail is a four day trail ride staying overnight at one inn, one B&B and one hotel. It heads all the way up to the Teme Valley on the Shropshire border and is four lengthy days in the saddle of 16-18 miles per day. During this trail, riders experience the full diversity of tracks, terrain and scenery offered by the Radnor Hills.

For Freerein+ trail riders only . . .

Please note that this trail ride is only offered to those with previous experience of one of more Self Guided trail rides with Freerein. If you are contemplating your first Self Guided trail with us you can view a selection of suitable trails by following this link: horse riding holidays.

If some members of your group have done previous Self Guided trails and others haven’t, bookings on Freerein+ trails such as this one should be suitable for you and you are most welcome. If you are unsure please do not hesitate to contact us for a chat.

Heading north . . .

The ride to Old Radnor from Freerein HQ could take you across the moors to the Royal Oak for lunch – but this would mean moving swiftly with plenty of trots. Otherwise bring packed lunches and ride via Glascwm Hill and Black Yat. Here you stay the night at the Harp Inn or Bracken Ridge B&B.

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Plenty of perfect, peaceful lunch spots for you and your horses to enjoy

To the Teme Valley . . .

An interesting and varied day first over Bache Hill and then the Radnor Fforest. The route then takes you via Monaughty and onto parts of Glyndwrs way eventually leading to Knucklas and your nights stop at Belmont Cottages B&B or the Castle Inn.  Your evening meal is taken at the The Castle Inn either way, which is a couple of minutes’ stroll from Belmont Cottages

Your horses stay the night a 10 minute walk away at a local farm.

Explore remote parts of the freerein trail riding network . . .

From the Teme Valley to the Severn Arms you will head to the grassy slopes of the Gwyrnygufron Ridge on Beacon Hill, fantastic slightly uphill canters for miles are on offer here. Then across the Bleddfa valley and make your way on to a fine track running beneath the northern side of the Radnor Forest all the way to Penybont and the Severn Arms Hotel, your final night’s stop.

The return along the high and exposed western edge of the Radnor Forest (panoramic views across Wales) offers the option to stop at the Red Lion for lunch before the journey back across the rolling hills to Painscastle. Perhaps a swift beverage here at the Roast Ox before popping back over the corner of the Begwns to Freerein HQ.

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Plenty of perfect, peaceful lunch spots for you and your horses to enjoy

Itinerary

  • Day 1

    Arrive at Freerein HQ. Meet horses and check your maps and routes. Transfer to Painscastle where you start the ride from. Out on trail all day and stay overnight at Old Radnor.

  • Day 2

    On Trail all day to Belmont Cottages, Knucklas. Long Day, Packed lunch.

  • Day 3

    On trail to the Severn Arms, Packed lunch.

  • Day 4

    Long day coming home. Enjoy that last canter on the Begwns and return to Freerein HQ for tea/coffee and homemade cake.

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Riders have a relaxing stroll through the valley before heading onto Glascwm Hill

Explore the seldom visited Beacon Hill, interesting and varied on route accommodation . . .

Teme Valley
4 Days
£990pp

2020 Pricing:
£990pp all inclusive
[Single Occupancy £1080pp]

2020 Booking Conditions

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Horses and riders enjoying a beautiful canter track on Beacon Hill
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