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Riding in Venosta Valley

Riding Holiday in the Stelvio National Park

The Venosta Valley is the original homeland of the Haflinger horses, which were first bred in Sluderno/Schluderns. The local riding stables are varied and offer many opportunities: children can learn how to handle horses, beginners can learn basic knowledge about these noble animals and about riding and can practice on the course, and experienced riders can go for relaxing rides across the fields and forests.

Passionate riders can go for exciting tours through the surrounding Alpine nature. Families and groups can enjoy relaxing carriage rides through the valley.

Information:

Bio-Reiterhof Vill
Silandro/Schlanders

Tel: +39 0473 621267

Web: www.vill.it

E-Mail: info@vill.it



Pferdehof Ansteingut

Spondigna/Spondinig

Tel: +39 333 5813981



Reitstall Lamm

Tubre/Taufers

Tel: +39 0473 832168

E-Mail: info@hotel-lamm.com



Kaspermichlhof

S. Valentino alla Muta/St. Valentin a.d.H.

Tel: +39 338 1798204

E-Mail: kaspermichlhof@rolmail.net




Carriage rides:

Silandro: Bio-Reiterhof Vill – Tel: +39 0473 621267

Solda: only during the winter months – Tel: +39 338 7994482
S. Valentino alla Muta: Habicher Elmar – Tel: +39 338 1798204

Vallelunga/Langtaufers: Thöni Karl – Tel: +39 340 296612 
 
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