Find your Riding Horse in Andorra at l’Aldosa Horse Club
Location and contact
Ctra. de L'Aldosa
Imagine enjoying spectacular scenery from the back of a beautiful riding horse in Andorra. Make the dream a reality when you visit the l’Aldosa Horse Club. With more than 20 years of experience, the club specialises in breeding many types of riding horse near Andorra la Vella (just 15 minutes' drive from the city).
The riding school, known locally as Club Hípic l'Aldosa, sits in the heart of the Pyrenees mountains in La Massana, at an elevation of 1250 metres. The fantastic mountainous location means that every horse riding excursion delivers awe-inspiring views.
Activities for riding horse in Andorra
The l’Aldosa Horse Club has a riding school with classes for beginners, as well as other activities for both tourists and locals. They organise a variety of treks and excursions of varying duration and difficulty. Their mixed-breed Spanish riding horses come in many sizes and colours, but all are specially selected for their character and suitability for life in the mountains.
These introductory classes cater for both adults and children and last between 30 minutes and one hour. No previous riding experience is required. Children aged 6 to 9 will be given a pony to ride.
Horse riding training
If you want to improve your riding skills, the professional team at l’Aldosa Horse Club has the expertise to train you for competitions, including jumping and obstacles.
1-hour ride around La Massana
This route takes you through the peatlands and borders of Giberga and is particularly suited for those with little or no horse riding experience. Because the route can be done on horse or pony, the whole family can join in, including youngsters.
2-hour ride around Anyós
Ascend along a sun-kissed path, with a gallop of more than 1 kilometre. You’ll return along the border of the old hamlet of Els Cortals, marvelling at the spectacular views along the way. This trip is ideal for riders of an intermediate level who are proficient in galloping.
Guided excursions riding horse in Comapedrosa Natural Park
Throughout the summer, l’Aldosa Horse Club offers daily guided walks for all experience levels and ages. The route takes in rocky outcrops, fir and pine woods, crystal-clear streams, and pathways that are home to narcissus and lizards. Seeing the scenery of Comapedrosa on horseback makes for a truly memorable experience.
The club also offers horse trekking excursions and orientations throughout the ski area of Pal and La Massana, at more than 2,000 metres altitude.
For many, horse riding in the Pyrenees is a magical, once-in-a-lifetime event. This is why businesses, schools and other organisations are invited to plan a horse riding excursion as a team-building activity or educational trip. You can even combine horse riding with other exciting outdoor activities such as archery.
Horse riding holidays
When one day isn’t enough, real horse-lovers can book a whole week of fun and exploration on horseback. Riders are required to have the ability to walk, trot and canter in open spaces, and your group should be between 4 and 8 people.
You can arrange horse riding holidays in Andorra that last from 5 to 6 days. They include a variety of routes so you’ll get to enjoy forest bridal paths, mountain trails, and some riding off-track.
Book your riding excursion
When you visit l’Aldosa Horse Club, you can rely on the team of professionals to match you with your ideal riding horse in Andorra. The club’s qualified instructors have decades of experience in horse riding near Andorra la Vella, La Massana, Ordino and the surrounding landscapes. The club is open 365 days a year, but you must book ahead to guarantee your spot. Do it now!