Trail riders in the French region of Alsace
France

On horseback in the Alsace and Champagne country

Riding in Alsace and the Champagne Country is a fantastic equestrian experience - with incredible food and wine to be enjoyed too! With its ancient forests, rolling hills and beautiful vineyards overlooking quaint towns and villages, it is a real pleasure to discover it all from horseback. A part of France with just a hint of Germany, this region has traditions, culture and even an architecture of its own, all of which you will discover on your trail ride. Everywhere, you will receive a genuinely warm welcome. Although beer is excellent, wine lovers are in for a treat, as the region is home to some of the best vineyards in France: Champagne, Riesling, Pinot, Muscat, and many more.
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  • Horseback in Alsace forest
    Riders in the beautiful forests
  • Alsace by horseback
    Group of riders in Alsace
  • Riders in Alsace
    Galoping in the Alsace winery
  • Horseback in Alsace
    A real galoping in Alsace
  • Horseback in Alsace
    Lunch time during the horseback

Visa & Health

Formalities

UK citizens - other nationalities please contact us:

Passport validity
Your passport should be valid for the proposed duration of your stay; you don’t need any additional period of validity on your passport beyond this.

The rules on travel will stay the same until 31 December 2020.

Visas
If you hold a British Citizen passport, you don’t need a visa to enter France.

The rules on travel will stay the same until 31 December 2020.

For up-to-date information please visit: https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/france/entry-requirements

Insurance

It is a condition of your booking with Equus Journeys that you have travel insurance which covers you for the riding activities to be undertaken. Your travel insurance should cover you for medical expenses and repatriation. Your guides will require your travel insurance details before they allow you to ride and may refuse to let you ride if you cannot provide them. You should take your insurance documents with you.