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Pony Rides

Pony rides at High LodgeBrecks Treks offer the opportunity for children to explore the forest through led pony rides.

Choose from a 15 minute trek for £8, or a short trek (approx 6 mins) for younger riders for £4. This is a pay-to-play activity Cash Only.

Suitable for ages 3-8*. (*Weight restrictions apply of up to 6 stones).

You'll find us near to the Maypole on weekends, bank holidays and school holidays (subject to fair weather and demand) from April through to October half term, from 11.00 - 16.00. Book your Forest pony Trek with Brecks Treks, as soon as you arrive to avoid disappointment!

Group bookings for youth groups etc are also welcome and children's pony parties can be catered for.

Brecks Treks are licensed under the Riding Establishment Acts (1964) and (1970) and are fully insured against liability. Equipment is provided which conforms to BS 1384. Brecks Treks ask that riders do not wear open toed shoes/ sandals but a limited number of suitable footwear is available for loan.

Please contact Brecks Treks for details on dates they will be on site and for more information on:


Telephone: 07939181362

You can also find them on Facebook at

Alternatively, contact the High Lodge Information Point on 01842 819082 after 10:15am, on the day of your visit, to check whether the pony rides are operating that day.


Last updated: 4th September 2018

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England's Woods and Forests are cared for by Forest Enterprise England, an agency of the Forestry Commission.