Horseriding in the Snowy Mountains

The Snowy Mountains' rugged terrain and gentle rolling hills have become legendary. Horseriding takes you right to the heart of this powerful wilderness.

Rides vary from one hour to full day or multi-day rides, each led by experienced local guides and varying in difficulty. You can also bring your own horse and take advantage of the stables in the area. Safety demonstrations and professional guidance is provided on guided rides, but it's important to ensure you choose a trail within your skill level.

Snowy Mountains Horse Riding

Yarramba Horse Riding guides you through gum trees, along tracks with magnificent views across Cooma's wide regional plains. Nearby town Adaminaby also hosts Cochran Horse Treks and Reynella Kosciusko Rides, both operated by experienced guides.

Lake Jindabyne provides the idyllic sweeping backdrop for a horseback adventure, with undulating terrain to explore. Embark on the memorable experience with Snowy Wilderness.  

Mountain Ash Trails - Wild Brumbies - Snowy Mountains

In Kosciuszko National Park, Four Mile Hut trail combines exquisite views with a visit to the historic hut itself, a former residence of gold panners and a current camping spot. Jindabyne Adventure Booking, Snowy River Horseback Adventure and Jindabyne Equestrian Resort will provide you with further help, guidance, equipment and training around the beautiful surrounds of the Kosciuszko National Park and the idyllic Snowy River.

Thredbo Valley Horse Riding will get you access to 1,130 hectares of sub-alpine wilderness on mountain-bred horses. Private and group options are available, as well as customised rides. Mountain Ash Trails in Tumbarumba offers half day and full day rides through the stunning Bago State Forest.