A lovely day ride exploring Morgan Bay Cliffs, forests and country side, with lovely canters along the Morgan Bay Beach. Easy riding and you can meet up with friends and family for lunch at Yellowwood Forest.
The Yellowwood Trail suits riders from novice level up.
Riders should arrive 15 min before the designated time.
You will be required to sign a recreational release and indemnity form. All riders are required to wear a protective riding hat (we have available). The ride will go out as soon as everyone is mounted and the guides are happy that everyone is safe and comfortable.
From the yard we turn toward Morgan Bay, over the hill tops and down on to the beach. You then meander through the village and climb to the top of the majestic Morgan Bay Cliffs. There are 3 headlands to explore, each one offering a unique and breathtaking view. You then head in land for a while and make your way through farm lands and rolling hills, back through a different part of the village and head towards Yellowwood Forest.
On Saturdays and school holidays they often have a market, and there is a festive buz, while during the week it is a quiet forest retreat. Wood fire pizza, and other home made treats are on offer for lunch. There is a rock pool in the river if you feel like a swim. After a leisurely lunch, you mount up again and head back towards the beach for the obligatory canter through the surf along the endless Morgan Bay beach. Then it is time to head back home, over the hills and back to the yard in Kei Mouth.
A great day out for riding family member and the fun of the rest of the family meeting up for lunch and taking pictures at the beach gets to keep everyone happy and a wonderful holiday treat.
Good to know
- Riders should arrive 15 min before the designated time
- ALL participants are required to sign a recreational release and indemnity form
- All riders are required to wear a protective riding hat
- Weight limit is 95 kg
- Riding ability required on the booking form under notes
- Horse riding safety hats (compulsory)
- Lunch and drinks at Yellowwood Forest
- Something to drink after the ride - or go down to the Country Club and enjoy a cold drink and great view!
- Comfortable long pants
- Shoes that stay on (trainers are fine)
- Face mask
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Lovely horses, mine just enough of a "challenge" to keep me riding and not get bored. Roz is a lovely guide and made sure that I was more than happy all the time. The waterfall was stunning 🤠🐎🐎🤠 and I could not believe how much amazing riding country and beach there was.
Looking forward my next ride.
Absolutely first class experience. Roz and Jess are great guides and the views or the Kei and Morgans bay amazing. You need to try this.
Wild Coast Horse Riding Adventures have been running incredible trails along one of the most diverse coastlines for the past 15 years. As a guide, I lead those trails for years and loved every second of it. The horses were too incredible for words - surefooted, responsive and reliable. All the saddles are Leon Liversage, making for a comfortable ride for both horse and human. If you haven't ridden the Wild Coast yet, it's time to put it on your bucket list.
I was apprehensive about my centre-based and mini trail week when I found I was the only guest for half the week and the other half with a Frenchman, but it worked brilliantly; the staff made me feel part of the team. It was a really wonderful fun week. Stunning, untouched landscapes, miles of perfect beaches for fast riding, excellent, well loved horses and lovely staff. Highly recommended
Unsafe horses. Arabian horses. Only for very experienced riders. Take a good helmet and vest! Lovely area.
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