Category Archives: Trekking
by Nancy Marie Brown Along the west coast of Iceland, beneath the great glacier Snaefellsjokull, is a magical riding trail uncovered only at low tide. This route, across the Longufjorur or “Long Beaches,” has been in use by horsemen and women since the Saga Age. Before roads were bulldozed through the Eldborg lava fields in […]
For several years I’ve been fortunate enough to ride on treks in Iceland every summer. There is nothing more satisfying than getting through a day being so close to nature, riding amazing horses, traveling with friends, and coming back to a home-cooked Icelandic meal. I am privileged to see the most breathtaking scenery I have […]
Our 2013 summer season has finished with our final trip, Bootcamp 1. It’s always bittersweet to leave Iceland, and especially the amazing horses that give us all their heart and take us through these amazing landscapes. Our bootcamp trip consisted of some really great memories, heart-stopping moments, great riders, and long-lasting friendships.
We had an amazing time last fall on our Sheep Round Up in September. Only 2 days of rain total. We are still going through our helmet-cam footage to share with you. Hours and hours of untouched terrain. Both our horses and guides were absolutely incredible. Fall is certainly a good time to travel to […]