Glen Oro Ltd

2574 Line 10 North
Oro-Medonte, ON L0L 1T0
Tel: (705) 326-7244
www.glenoro.com

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Nestled on a bench of land backing onto "Oro Mountain" to the west and a protected wetland to the south, with sweeping views around this beautiful valley - originally called a glen by the Scottish settlers that came to the area.  Glen Oro is home to many ancient, giant trees including maple, oak, beech, cedar, walnut, birch and pine, adding to the historic atmosphere and scenic charm of the property.

Our trail rides focus on creating a connection between you and your horse, emphasizing the incredible relationship between horse and rider as you move through the entire process of riding a horse - including the foundations of grooming, saddling, rider's safety orientation, and grazing after your ride.  We aim to leave our guests at Glen Oro with not only a really cool experience, but also the knowledge of a skill that has been handed down over thousands of years. 

Important Notes:
You must pre-book your Trail Ride to reserve a spot, Glen Oro is a working farm and that means our Guides have other duties when they're not leading your private group - so please, no walk-ins. 
The rides are designed to be only small group (1-6 riders), and we do not currently take riders under the age of 12. 
It’s a two-hour experience that includes horse handling and familiarization, grooming, a safety orientation and going over basic riding skills for your comfort and the horses, heading out onto the trails, and finishing up with grazing your new partner after the ride - with photos throughout. 
Helmets will be provided and sized accordingly, riders should wear long pants to avoid chafing and wear close-toed shoes or boots that preferably have a heel so that they won't slip through the stirrups. 
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