Horse Riding for Teenagers & Adults
Teenagers and adults are also welcome guests in our riding hotel in Serfaus in Tyrol. Our Haflinger horses make the ideal partners – whether you are new to riding or are an experienced rider. Enjoy a healthy and varied break from your everyday life on your holidays.
We offer ideal conditions for experienced riders to improve their skills even on holiday, with well-trained horses and qualified riding instructors.
Choose from high-quality group lessons (up to 4 riders per group), private lessons or jumping lessons – riding lessons at the Darrehof can even teach ambitious, advanced riders a thing or two.
Experienced riders can kick back and enjoy a relaxed hack or trail ride through the beautiful Tyrolean mountains on horseback.
More and more adults have been taking advantage of our horse riding offers over the past years. It’s a real joy and proves to us that we are on the right track.
These are mostly parents who have always wanted to ride and are now seizing the opportunity to learn at the same time as their children. Others spent their childhood or youth on horseback and want to pick up the reins again and rekindle their love for riding.
We love helping these people in particular to feel really safe and comfortable in the saddle on their riding holiday with the help of our sweet and good-natured Haflingers. It is never too late to start riding.
Leave the outside world behind and immerse yourself in the world of horses – combine your natural intuition with the movements of your horse. Your holiday with us is not about achieving great things; it is about simply letting go and focusing on the here and now. Horses do not run to tight schedules or have deadlines.
There is no better way to sooth your tired muscles after a riding lesson than by relaxing and rejuvenating in our sauna or indoor swimming pool at Hotel Darrehof in Serfaus.
The Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis region offers a wide range of exciting leisure activities to keep teenagers entertained out of the saddle, such as the high ropes course, the summer toboggan run, the Serfauser Sauser zip line, and much more.
Both your mind and body will thank you for swapping your office chair for a saddle to find a healthy balance. Riding trains your core strength, balance and posture.
By alternately tensing and relaxing your back and abdominal muscles, they are stimulated both passively and actively. There are good reasons why riding is also frequently used in physiotherapy and occupational therapy.
The movements of the horse force the rider’s body to balance and adjust itself all the time. Giving your horse the correct cues requires using all the muscles in your body. Your arms, legs and body must all be coordinated precisely. You even need your face muscles – don’t forget: smile, riding is fun!