Stonetrail Riding Centre is based at Street Farm on the A683 midway between the towns of Sedbergh and Kirkby Stephen. We are are approximatley 2 miles from the picture postcard village of Ravenstonedale.
Our location is a horse riders dream. We are situated at the foot of Wild Boar fell with direct access from our gate onto some of the most scenic bridleways in the North of England. We have a variety of circular routes lasting from 2 hours to several days, the majority of which is spent riding the grass tracks across open common, up and over the top of the fells or following historic bridleways which follow rivers through beautiful unspoilt valleys.
Since 2008 we have been helping make precious holiday memories for hundreds of riders, many of whom return year after year to experience the wonderful riding trails and hospitality of Stonetrail. The whole area is very quiet and peaceful, and we often ride all day and hardly see a soul.
For riders without their own horse, we have a super team of horses, many which have been homebred or brought on as youngsters, who are all forward going yet well-mannered and easy to ride. They are super friendly, full of character and are experts at what they do. You can choose to join us for a ride lasting between 2 hours and a full day, or spend a few days with us on one of our riding holidays where you can explore the many wonderful tracks and multi-day trails on our doorstep.
If you have your own horse, you can enjoy a self-guided horse holiday staying in one of our lovely holiday cottages where you can watch your horse grazing in the paddock from your window. The hacking is superb with a variety of routes which are super easy to follow with our carefully planned route maps.
Locally we have several award winning pubs, one within walking distance and plenty of local attractions and outdoor pursuits other than horse riding for non-riding partners to enjoy.
Stonetrail is a fully licenced riding establishment with Eden District Council (5 star grading) and we are proud to maintain a highly acclaimed approval rating with the British Horse Society.