Ride The Welsh Hills
Ride the Welsh Hills that are hidden between Snowdonia to the North and the Brecon Beacons to the South; The hills of Radnorshire where you will find world class riding over fabulous remote countryside. Old drover’s trails criss-cross these magical hills giving way to amazing open country riding with minimal road work; hills at their best; wild without being rugged, steep here and there but with the reward of being flat topped with wonderful grassy paths. This little-known part of wales with its array of bridlepaths, open moorland and old drover’s trails is a trail rider’s paradise.
We have been riding these hills for 20+ years and offer you the benefit or our experience and knowledge of the area to bring you the best possible routes within mid-Wales. Our bridle paths are still little ridden, so you will likely be out all day without meeting anyone else. With very little way-marking this is the perfect place to practise your navigation skills.
Ride The Welsh Hills
The maps do not necessarily tell the whole story, some paths exist some don’t, not all are rideable.
We have however put together a fabulous network of rides with lots of flexibility for you our guests. Many routes have short cuts and route extensions, so you can tailor your ride en-route according to how your horses are going, how you are feeling and what the weather is doing!
These hills are just made for trail riding; perfect for experienced and in-experienced trail riders alike. From those of you who’ll enjoy the challenge of riding over superb country for days at a time to those of you wanting to do just a few miles each day and take your time.
Things to do
We offer Cycle Friendly Accommodation on the Welsh borders with great XC riding on the doorstep and within easy reach of several world class mountain bike centres with freeride, downhill and uplift facilities.
No crowds, no hassle, no pressure – that’s walking in Mid-Wales! The opportunities for walking from the Brandy house are endless. Take the long route into the village (about half an hour through ancient oak woods) or spend several days hiking