Explore your holiday resort by horseback

Horseback riding in the Paznaun

As the German saying goes: “The greatest happiness on earth is sitting in the saddle of a horse!” – so why not fill your holiday in Galtür, Ischgl, Kappl and See with even more happiness? No matter if you’re visiting Tyrol with your family or your partner: petting horses and riding is always fun. Jump into the saddle, grab the reins and off you go! In summer, you can get active yourself while taking riding lessons or going on sporty rides.

Summer riding fun in the mountains 

Walk, trot, canter and gallop – you get to decide the gait during your ride across the meadows and forest trails of the Paznaun. The riding schools of the region offer varied options for every level of skill – from private riding lessons to a mutual excursion. 

If you’re looking for a more relaxed way to discover Galtür’s breathtaking nature, why not take a horse-drawn carriage ride past the most beautiful spots of the region?

Horse riding schools the Tyrolean mountains

It's never too late to start riding! Whether with the family or together with your partner. In Ischgl and Galtür you can look forward to eventful riding lessons.The local riding school offers a wide range of lessons for all skill levels, ranging from private and group lessons to mountain rides.

And quite incidentally you train the whole body. Did you know that riding also keeps you fit? After all, there’s hardly another sport that engages so many muscles! You didn’t know that? You will when feeling the sore muscles after your first riding lessons!

Carriage rides through the mountains and valley

Enjoy Tyrol’s spectacular nature from the comfort of a horse-drawn carriage and experience a unique holiday adventure – with your sweetheart, best friends or the whole family. Enjoy the warm summer sunshine or snuggle up under a warm blanket in winter – carriage rides are an all-year highlight for guests of all ages!

Gift tip: You’re looking for a nice gift? How about a voucher for a romantic carriage ride?