Horseback Riding, Baguio
The "Shalan Ni Kabadjo Bridle Path & Riding Circle" at Camp John Hay has a stable of horses complete with saddles/riding gears ready for horseback riding around a designated path under a canopy of pine trees inside the camp. For small children, the horseman will patiently guide-walk the horse around. For the experienced ones, ride freely alone. "Hi-ho, away!"
P250 per hour.
Tip: Get the horse with a saddle that perfectly fits the rider's height with the foot stay to ensure safe and comfortable ride. Check it out.
What else can you do when you are in the City of Pines? Well, let me suggest. If you can afford the fee for horseback riding, then do! It is kind of fun for the kids. Of course, it is not fun for me because I wanted the real McCoy! - I wanted to ride a horse that would pump my heart out! The kids love the horses because the horses walk around the circle - kind of safe for little ones, eh? Just look at the picture! My sister and her son just rode on the back of the horse and they can say they went "horseback riding" in Baguio!