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Sunset and Night Treks at Derbyshire Pony Trekking

Derbyshire Pony Trekking, 2 Old Hall, Scarcliffe Lanes,, Upper Langwith, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, NG209RH
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Sunset and Night Treks at Derbyshire Pony Trekking

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Derbyshire Pony Trekking
Tickets: £38 per person

Derbyshire Pony Trekking has a fun approach to horse riding, with no formal lessons: learning takes place on country hacks instead, with tinsel treks at Christmas, summer pub rides – and regular sunset and night rides. 

Sunset treks are suitable for all, but riders on the more challenging night hacks must be able to trot independently.

All routes are off-road through country park and woods, and head torches are provided. The night rides are "NOT for the fainthearted … Let's see what's lurking in the woods." 

Following dates available:

Sunset Treks: 
Tuesday 10 September | 5:30pm 
Friday 20 September | 5:30pm 
Tuesday 24 September | 5:30pm 
 Saturday 28 September | 5:30pm
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Night Treks: 
31 October (fancy dress optional) | 6pm (arrive 5:30pm)
23 November | 6pm (arrive 5:30pm)
15 December | 6pm (arrive 5:30pm)
3 January | 6pm (arrive 5:30pm) 
25 January | 6pm (arrive 5:30pm) 

 

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