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Our experienced tour guides will take you on an unforgettable ride along the golden shoreline below Snæfellsjökull, on Hraunlandarif beach, between Búdir and Arnarstapi, where magnificent views are to be enjoyed. The speed depends on the attending group members. Usually, it’s a rather slow and easy tour. Therefore, you don’t need riding experience to join. The minimum age is 7.
For our youngest horse-lovers
You are under the age of 7 but want to go horse riding? Don’t worry, we have an extra special offer for you. One of our friendly tour guides will take you for a walk on horseback. You will spend about 20 minutes on one of our most reliable furry friends. The minimum age is 3.
To see availability please send us a request here.
Looking for something specific? A private ride? A two-hour tour? A photoshoot? While they may not be part of our official listings you can always send us a personal request and we will see what we can do.
Please send us a request here.
1. June – 15. September
Pick between 1 or 2 hour
7 years old for the 1-hour tour. Children under the age of 7 will be led by rein close to the stables.
The one-hour tours start at 10 am 12 noon, 2 pm, and 4 pm.
Two hours of rides we can offer when we have low sea tide within the opening hours, please contact us for more information.
No riding experience is needed, but a general level of fitness and confidence around horses is required.
No minimum number of riders is required but we recommend booking tours in advance to ensure that everyone has a horse to suit their skill level.
What to bring
It is best to wear comfortable and warm clothing that isn´t slippery and doesn’t make a rustling sound.
If you prefer a private tour, 1 or 2 hours please contact us.
We provide helmets, appropriate clothing (for rain and wind), and boots.
Cancellation on tours
We reserve the right to cancel tours with short notice if weather conditions are not favorable for horses and riders.
1-hour group ride
11.500 ISK per adult / 9.500 ISK per child.
Private tours and groups
We are happy to make a customized tour for you and your group. Suitable for those riders with some experience and can take from 2 hours up to a day trip. If you´d like a little challenge or more privacy, feel free to contact us and we’ll do our best to accommodate your needs.
Get to know our horses
We place great importance on our horses having a good temperament, and that they are diverse when it comes to their looks, abilities and character. After all, our guest’s experiences vary, and while some have never been on a horse before, others are advanced riders. We try our best to find a horse that suits the skill level of each and every rider individually. So, come now and get to know our horses in person while riding on one of the prettiest tracks in the country.
Disinfection instructions from the Icelandic Food and Veterinary Authority
Importing horses to Iceland is strictly forbidden. Due to the isolation of the country and the import ban, the Icelandic horse has been lucky enough to avoid most of the diseases horses in other countries can be inflicted with. Importation of used tackle, riding clothes or anything else which may be used around horses is also strictly forbidden unless it has been disinfected in accordance with law. See further on the Icelandic Food and Veterinary Authority’s website.
We care deeply about our horses and the Icelandic horse breed. Please help us maintain the health of the Icelandic horse and respect rules regarding the disinfection of tackle and riding clothes.
Stay at Stóri-Kambur cottages
We offer accommodation in cosy cottages located at our farm Stóri-Kambur. The accommodation combines a living room, bedroom and kitchenette in one living space in addition to a bathroom with a shower. The accommodation is suitable for 2-4 people and it is self-catering. The view is amazing and the sense of tranquillity is otherworldly. We do not provide breakfast, both houses have a kitchen with cooking facilities.
Where are we
Stóri-Kambur farm stands on the southern part of the Snæfellsnes peninsula, and it only takes about 7 minutes to drive from Búdir and Arnarstapi.
From Reykjavík, it takes just over 2 hours to drive and from Borgarnes it takes about an hour.
From Ólafsvík it takes about 25 minutes to drive, just over half an hour to Grundarfjördur and less than an hour to Stykkishólmur.
Snæfellsnes peninsula is about 90 km long on the western part of Iceland with high, and at times, a ferocious mountain range, which has been formed in volcanos and by glacial erosion. The landscape is magical and diverse. Snæfellsjökull is perched on the outermost part of the mountain range and surrounding it is the youngest national park in Iceland, Snæfellsjökull National Park. At Snæfellsnes you can find mineral springs, white sandy beaches, lively bird cliffs, and quaint little villages and towns. Waves and islands, unique walking trails and diverse recreational activities will definitely make a trip to Snæfellsnes an adventure to remember.
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