Get to know the horses, learn from their abilities!

7 magical days to discover The Cerdanya Valley on horseback. Can you imagine living with a horse for a week? You will have to take care of each other to reach hidden lakes, gallop through alpine meadows and cross mountain rivers. And we are together 24 hours, since the horses sleep in an enclosure in the middle of the woods next to the camp.

BEGINNER’S HORSE RIDING · FROM 10 TO 13 YEARS OLD

HORSE RIDING PERFECTION · FROM 14 TO 17 YEARS OLD

640

per week

AVAILABLE SESSIONS

WEEK 1
27th june to 3rd july
  • 640

  • BEGINNER’S HORSE RIDING

    From 10 to 13 years old

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WEEK 2
4th to 10th july
  • 640

  • BEGINNER’S HORSE RIDING

    From 10 to 13 years old

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WEEK 3
11th to 17th july
  • 640

  • HORSE RIDING PERFECTION

    From 14 to 17 years old

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WEEK 4
18th to 24th july
  • 640

  • BEGINNER’S HORSE RIDING

    From 10 to 13 years old

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SEMANA 5
Del 25 al 31 julio
  • 640

  • HORSE RIDING PERFECTION

    From 14 to 17 years old

    Availability: 0 spots

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ACTIVITIES

Do you want to know everything we will do during the summer camp? This is the schedule we have designed for your camp week:

REQUIRED MATERIAL

General material needed for the camp:

  • T-shirt(5) + shorts (2) + socks(5)
  • Long sleeve thermal t-shirt + long thermal tights + long socks + winter hat
  • Long sleeve sweatshirt + long pants (2)
  • Raincoat + fleece liner + anorak (coat) for mountain excursions
  • Sneakers with mountain sole (2)
  • Swimsuit + flip flops + towel
  • Cap + sunscreen + lip balm + water bottle
  • Torch (flashlight) or headlamp
  • Pajamas + sleeping mat + sleeping bag comfort temperature 0ºC
  • Toothbrush and toothpaste + shower soap + comb

Specific material for the Horse Riding camp:

  • Backpack 10-20L for day trips
  • Pants for riding + helmet + leggings + back protector

* It is recommended to bring everything marked with the name of the participant.

* Participants staying in 2 or more camps have free laundry service.

YOU ARE NOT ALLOWED TO BRING GAME CONSOLES, MOBILE PHONES, OR TABLETS DURING THE SUMMER CAMPS. If you arrive by train or plane and bring a mobile phone to facilitate logistics, it will be stored at the office upon arrival at the camp.

If you lack any equipment you can use our rental service and will be ready for your arrival.

DOWNLOAD A CHECKABLE LIST

WHAT IS INCLUDED?

– Full board accommodation, from dinner on the first day to breakfast on the last day

– Internal trips with internal vehicles of the Club as well as external taxi services for special activities that require it

– Specific materials to participate in the activities

– Monitoring 24 hours a day

– Compulsory accident insurance and liability insurance

ACTIVITIES

Do you want to know everything we will do during the summer camp? This is the schedule we have designed for your camp week:

REQUIRED MATERIAL

General material needed for the camp:

  • T-shirt(5) + shorts (2) + socks(5)
  • Long sleeve thermal t-shirt + long thermal tights + long socks + winter hat
  • Long sleeve sweatshirt + long pants (2)
  • Raincoat + fleece liner + anorak (coat) for mountain excursions
  • Sneakers with mountain sole (2)
  • Swimsuit + flip flops + towel
  • Cap + sunscreen + lip balm + water bottle
  • Torch (flashlight) or headlamp
  • Pajamas + sleeping mat + sleeping bag comfort temperature 0ºC
  • Toothbrush and toothpaste + shower soap + comb

Specific material for the Horse Riding camp:

  • Backpack 10-20L for day trips
  • Pants for riding + helmet + leggings + back protector

* It is recommended to bring everything marked with the name of the participant.

* Participants staying in 2 or more camps have free laundry service.

YOU ARE NOT ALLOWED TO BRING GAME CONSOLES, MOBILE PHONES, OR TABLETS DURING THE SUMMER CAMPS. If you arrive by train or plane and bring a mobile phone to facilitate logistics, it will be stored at the office upon arrival at the camp.

If you lack any equipment you can use our rental service and will be ready for your arrival.

DOWNLOAD A CHECKABLE LIST

WHAT IS INCLUDED?

– Full board accommodation, from dinner on the first day to breakfast on the last day

– Internal trips with internal vehicles of the Club as well as external taxi services for special activities that require it

– Specific materials to participate in the activities

– Monitoring 24 hours a day

– Compulsory accident insurance and liability insurance

PROGRAM

Day 1

The new riders arrive with heavy packs. The riding boots and helmet take up a fair amount of space in the bag. They come prepared for adventure. Some with friends, others with siblings, and the bravest ones alone. Most will be here for a week, others will do horseback riding and another week with another camp. The first afternoon we get ourselves situated: find out where the showers are, knowing when it’s our turn to set the table or how to get to the horse pen. We choose our bunk beds and start to make friends… Some of them big and hairy!

Day 2

We have breakfast in the morning sun, and afterwards we carry the day’s materials to the pen. We start getting to know the horses: we brush their hair and mane. We review their horseshoes and we saddle them. A day to connect, get to know each other, and gain trust; as much with the horses as with the riders. In the afternoon Community Service: the campsite information booth could really use a good coat of paint and we will also make birdhouses and posters. After having supper, it’s time for the game of the night. We break into groups with the rest of the camp for a few rounds of capture the flag.

Day 3

Rise and shine! Along with our chairs and helmets, we also pack a picnic to have lunch at the pen! Today a great adventure awaits us. We start by learning some techniques, then we follow the trail till El Refugi de Prat Miró. We have lunch at the meadows, then continue to Pollineres. The way back through the path of La Bassa de Comabella is incredible: alone in the woods, single file, with only the sounds of horses and song birds filling the air. What an unforgettable experience.

Day 4

Today all of the camps have a big challenge: to conquer Monturull (2.761 m). We will try to arrive at the foothills on horseback. We leave camp headed towards Prat Miró and continue to climb until Puig Punçó. Afterwards we follow the crest till Monturull. Today has been a long day, having climbed over 1.000 metres vertical from the camp. Luckily, tonight we are having an outdoor cinema where we can get some rest and eat some popcorn.

Day 5

A morning of games near the campsite. Have you ever tried to play games on horseback? We have lunch in the shade under the campsite awnings with the other groups. After lunch it’s time for ping-pong, badminton, football/soccer, basketball, making shelters… In the afternoon the youngest members of the camp also want to spend some time with the horses. We Horseback Riding campers explain everything we know to them and take them for a stroll through the surrounding area. And after dinner, a small night excursion through Prat Miró. How different it is to ride at night!

Day 6

There’s only a little bit left until the adventure ends. Today is the last long excursion day. We pack our backpacks with our packed lunch, a snack, and water. The ride till Músser going over the Mirador (view point) of El Pla de Llet has some spectacular views of the plains. Watch out for the low hanging branches! We pass by the amazing Roc dels Diners, where we will rest before making our way back to camp through Aransa. At nighttime some pizza gets us going one more time for the final party: lights, music, and dance!

Day 7

We have breakfast, we pack our bags and get everything together. The last activity is to ride bareback, what a difference! It’s amazing how we connect and notice every movement of the horse. We are in perfect sync. At midday, the first families start to arrive. The riders have so many stories to tell them… They don’t know it yet, but their parents have been reading the blog posts and haven’t missed a single detail. Our last moments are filled with hugs. And a new Pyrene sweatshirt will remind us of the good times all year long!