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The Grange Trekking Centre was established in 1957 by David Griffiths, a pioneer in horse and pony trekking, and his wife Mary. Now, in later years his daughters and granddaughters continue the family business. Sadly David passed away in 2002 and at present the day-to-day running of the centre and accommodation is done by three generations of the Griffiths family.
We have about forty horses, many of whom have been with us a long time, some are youngsters or companions and all of them are part of the family. The staff who take out the rides are friendly, cheerful, qualified, and all have first aid training. The centre is accredited by Wales Trekking & Riding Association, AALA and Visit Wales, and has a yearly inspection with Powys County Council.


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James Lake

Unspoilt hacking off the beaten track in truly spectacular scenery. A big warm welcome from great host's and catering for all level of rider from total beginner they have lovely gentle safe horses and also some very fast horses for the experienced riders.

Grange Trekking countryside hike

Lorna Aherne

Fantastic trek along the black mountains. I have not been on a horse since I was 16 now 69. Sarah guide was awesome. Thank you Diesel you are an awesome horse. Knew the terrain. Not forgetting Nigel who helped me dismount. My family now booking.

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Julie Spencer

We had an amazing pony trekking experience. The staff were very helpful and experienced. The horses were gorgeous and the views were absolutely breath-taking. I would heartily recommend The Grange for pony trekking!


April to October - All Rides and Bed & Breakfast rooms
All Year Round - Glamping Pod, Shepherds Hut and Camping



Tel. 01873 890215



The Grange Trekking Centre, Capel-y-Ffin,

Nr Abergavenny, Gwent, NP7 7NP



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