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Ballahimmin Riding and Pony Trekking Centre

Type:Horse Riding

From £40.00
Ballahimmin Riding and Pony Trekking Centre


Situated amidst the beautiful Little London hills at Cronk-y-Voddy on the Isle of Man with fantastic off road trails into the beautiful Manx hills. Experience breathtaking views over land and sea from areas inaccessible by car as you take to the saddle of our wide selection of well schooled horses and ponies. 

At the height of summer with vibrant shades of purple heather covering the hills and clear skies with views across the Irish Sea to the Mountains of Mourne and the Mull of Galloway in Scotland there is no better way to experience the spectacular Manx countryside, than on horseback.

The peace and tranquility is only interrupted by an abundance of wildlife; the distinctive sound of the Curlew, a sighting of a Hen Harrier or seeing hares ‘boxing' in Spring can be often witnessed whilst out trekking.

Beginners to the more advanced all catered for! All treks supervised by experienced guides and full instructions and riding equipment provided.

Beach rides available for proven experienced riders only.

We recommend for visitors on a short break to book a session earlier in your stay so there's time to reschedule should occasionally the weather impact your first session and we can make arrangements to reschedule.



Guide Prices

Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Off Road Trek£40.00 activity
Off Road Two Hour Ride£65.00 activity

Group discounts available.

Rhenass Road, Little London, Cronk-y-Voddy, Kirk Michael, Isle of Man, IM6 1BB
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Opening Times

* Open daily. Standard Treks usually operate at 11am and 2pm or at other times on request. Day Rides can be arranged on request subject to availability.

Map & Directions

Road Directions

Take the main A1 road from Douglas to Peel, a turn right onto the A3 at the Ballacraine crossroads (before St John's village).

Continue for 3 miles passing Glen Helen and Lambfell Farm and turn right onto Little London Road  After half a mile, turn left on to Rhenass Road, over the small bridge and Ballahimmin is signposted and will be on your left.

Journey time from Douglas is 28 minutes.

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