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Horse Riding Centres In Buxton

Horse Riding in the Peak DistrictIf you're looking for horse riding centres in the Peak District, then why not choose one of the highest villages in the Peak District, 5 miles south of Buxton, to enjoy old packhorse trails to such beauty spots as Three Shires Head, where the three county boundaries meet, Cheshire, Staffordshire and Derbyshire? With separate rides available for more competent riders, horse riding centres in Buxton means being able to stay with less experienced friends or relatives, as the ride is split half way, to let them go for a good canter, while the others can watch them as they walk safely up a slightly shorter route.

Individuals, large and small groups are all welcome with a minimum age of eight years. Disabled riders are catered for with individual requirements taken into account. The rides vary in length and some take to the old market village of Longnor or perhaps better known as Cardale and TVs Peak Practice, or over the Moors to Flash, for lunch at the Cat and Fiddle. Where ever you choose to take it all horse in Buxton, fantastic scenery is guaranteed and a great day out will be had by all.

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. 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...
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Peak District Riding Centres - Northfield Farm Riding Centre - Flash, Nr Buxton
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