Riding Tours all Around Iceland
Experience the versatility of the Icelandic horse and go straight into exploring the Reykjanes preservation area from our stables in Hafnarfjörður.
Ideal family tour
This tour is about 7-10 km, depending on the experience of the riders. It is suitable for beginners and for those with more experience as we can choose between routes in the area
Valley of Borgarnes
Oddsstaðir is located in the beautiful Borgarfjörður, West Iceland, the birthplace of the Icelandic Saga.
Just a 5 min drive from Akureyri we offer riding tour where people get a chance to learn about riding the Iceland horse in a beautiful landscape surrounding AkureyriFREE PICKUP
Ride at Skógar
The tours are one or two hour long day tours in the area of Skógar in this magical nature that surrounds Skogafoss.
Riding an Icelandic horse is something you have to experience at least once in your life.
This horse riding day tour is ideal for beginners who want to enjoy unspoiled nature while riding the amazing Icelandic horse.
Riding time is 1 hour
Reykjavík red lava
We will either ride on a beautiful and smooth riding path along the Redhills, for a group of more experienced riders, we will ride by Rauðarvatn, on both routes, you will enjoy natural riding paths and a wonderful setting for horseback riding.
1 hour riding tour
The beautiful landscape in the Ölfus area is perfect for a short riding tour where you will get in touch with the friendly Icelandic horse.
5 - 8 Days
Between the glaciers! If you want to see as much as possible of our beautiful country then you should ride across the heart of Iceland on the ancient trail Kjölur.
The great nature of Landmannalaugar
This eight-day excursion is an enjoyable horse riding trip that provides an excellent opportunity to see some of the main natural phenomena of Southern Iceland.
This tour was nominated by the Sunday times as one of the 10 best trails in the world. Explore the wonders of lake Mývatn and Europe’s largest waterfall, Dettifoss!
Wonders of Lake Mývatn.
2 - 5 Days
Beach and mountain ride
Through lava fields and along hillsides we ride down to the shore and continue our ride on the beach. This traditional trail, offers horses and riders great opportunities to perform the smooth gait “tölt” over long distances.
Thjórsárdalur special delux
This is a tour for those who like to enjoy diverse and beautiful nature but always spend the night at the same place- a place with bedrooms for two and hot tub in the garden
This tour is suitable for people that don’t want long day tours and want good riding trails, such as through the valley Þjórsárdalur
Viking women Trail
We have a tradition in Iceland – women-only trips where Icelandic women ride together and bond without the guys. Now we wish to extend this adventure trip to our women around the world and make new friends.
From Geysir to mountains
Two days in amazing landscape! This tour is ideal for those who would like to enjoy the Icelandic horse for a couple of days in an amazing landscape. On this riding tour, you join the last two days of our popular Golden Circle tour...
Northern lights comfort tour
Horseriding and relaxing in the geothermal water, underneath the Icelandic winter sky ablaze with dazzling stars and the dancing Aurora Borealis.
Geysir Gullfoss special
This tour is a short version of the popular Golden Circle tour in the hot spring area of Geysir and Gullfoss Waterfall. We also visit Thingvellir National Park. Enjoy accommodation at a cozy holiday farm with a hot outdoor tub and a hotel with private facilities during this tour.
Trail of hope
We ride through unspoiled nature while our guide introduces us to Iceland´s heroic past with tales of bloody conflict, revenge, and love from the ancient Sagas.
Deluxe Beach Ride in Snæfellsnes peninsula
If you want more luxury, then this is the tour for you! Our hosts are the horse farmers Gudmar Petursson and Linda Run Petursdottir at Hestaland. They are both educated horse trainers and riding instructors and give great emphasize to teaching the right moves, give pointers and give special focus on finding the perfect match of horses and people.
This tour was nominated by CNNgo as one of the greatest horse treks in the world! There is no better way to visit the hot springs area of Geysir and the Golden Waterfall,Gullfoss,than by riding through the lovely countryside of Iceland.
Löngufjörur beach ride – Snæfellsnes
Enjoy wide-open stretches of light-coloured sand at Löngufjörur beach, where only the tide sets a limit to the freedom of horse and man
Horseback riding in the spectacular area, on this exciting tour we see the mountain Hekla towering over the region and every day we see evidence of its numerous devastating eruptions throughout the ages.
Countryside Comfort Trail – Easy Ride in Icelandic Nature
This tour is an ideal opportunity for anyone wanting to enjoy a comfortable ride in the northern countryside and for beginners with no or little experience of riding but still want to know what the fuzz is all about.
The kings trail
Across Iceland's western highlands on horseback in spectacular nature and unique historical sites!
The Arctic North
This part of Iceland is inhabited by only a few people, most of them living in little fishing villages along the coast
Sheep round up Rangárvallaafréttur
As participants you are joining an annual tradition and not a customized riding tour. Being amongst the farming community and lending a helping hand in this age-old tradition of the autumn round-up is as close as you can get to the heart and soul of this nation.
Horse round up Víðidalstungurétt
Join the farmers in this great autumn adventure. Ride along when they drive the herd, sort the horses and celebrate the safe return of horses and herders.
Sheep round up Landmannaafréttur
On this special tour, we join the farmers in South Iceland as they round up thousands of sheep from the mountains. We gather the sheep into the Landmannaafréttur communal sheepfold close to the famous Landmannalaugar geothermal area.
Sheep round up Melrakkaslétta
A sheep roundup tour in the very North East of Iceland. This part of Iceland is inhabited by only a few people, most of them living in little fishing villages along the coast and on farms.
Horse round up Skrapatungurétt
Imagine hundreds of free and spirited horses cantering down from their highland summer pastures to be reclaimed by their owners. Mares and their foals, young horses and geldings traverse the rough terrain, not yet quite willing to surrender their freedom before the onset of winter.
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