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Horse Riding - Ben Lomond Trekking

from NZD$99.00

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Ben Lomond Station Horse Trek from Queenstown

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Moke Lake:

  • adult NZD$99.00
  • child (4-16yrs) NZD$90.00

Gills Creek:

  • adult NZD$130.00
  • child (10-16yrs) NZD$120.00

McConachies Creek:

  • adult (14yrs+) NZD$190.00

Lake Trek & Gold Panning:

  • per person NZD$120.00

Optional Extras:

  • walker for young kids NZD$10.00

Genuine Customer Reviews powered by Feefo

Service rating:   excellent

Friendly and helpful. Everything went smoothly and without any hiccups. Highly recommended!

Product rating:   excellent

Beautiful countryside, lively horses and friendly guide. Thank you for a great experience!

Reviewed 05-Jun-2017

Service rating:   excellent

The teams are super friendly and passionate about what they love doing.

Product rating:   poor

Lovely horse ride however felt like I rode around in a circle. The scenery was stunning, such a beautiful farm.

Reviewed 27-Apr-2017

Service rating:   poor

The only problem that occurred was when I went to confirm our booking the day before as requested by the paperwork supplied,they had no knowledge of my booking and had to give all the details again. Which I found very frustrating and disappointing.

Product rating:   good

Reviewed 25-Jan-2017

Service rating:   good

Easy to book online, easy to change by phone

Product rating:   good

Our boys loved the horseriding and the horses were great and well looked after. A trot or canter would have been a great option for the more experienced like myself.

Reviewed 19-Jan-2017

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I had riden a horse only once before so I was a little nervous... ok, a lot nervous about riding a horse again! Sensing my anxiety, Gail and Hope, the incredibly patient, knowledgable and friendly guides, gave me some quick pointers and selected a mild mannered and obedient horse for me by the name of Charlie. We walked, trotted and even cantered for about 2 hours through some amazing scenery with waterfalls, canyons and about 20 or so river crossings. Ok, it's safe to say I didn't quite master the trot but even so, our small group of 5 had an amazing time. I can't ever remember laughing so much as an adult!

Suggestions: Great for experienced riders who want to go hard and also perfect for beginners  who'd prefer a leisurely walk and need a little coaching and reassurance. If you're a guy then I'd suggest not planning anything too strenous for the day after, unless of course, unlike me, you figure out how to trot!

  Value for Money

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Reviewed 16 Dec 2011 by Everything Travel Group (Callum)

Latest Questions about Horse Riding - Ben Lomond Trekking (Queenstown)

Hiya,

I'm looking to book the Moke Lake trek and I just wanted to check if any part of the trek is particularly elevated as one of our party is not good with heights.

Thanks!

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Heya, The moke lake trek is a flat walk for beginners so it will be fine for someone who is scared of heights, regarding they dont mind being high up on a horse!

Comment by: Alicia - Everything Queenstown on 27th Oct 17 at 15:21

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We would like to book a private ride as we are all experienced riders but my husband weighs 225-227 pounds
Is that a problem?

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I have spoken with the horse riding guides and the maximum weight restriction for the Ben Lomond horse rides in Queenstown is normally 100kg (220lbs) but if you book the Moke Lake ride during which the horses only walk (no trotting or cantering) then they can take up to 110kg (240lbs).

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Callum) on 27th Nov 15 at 18:49

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Ref : Moke Lake 1.5 hours in the saddle.

Q1.-Can this be booked for an p.m.departure and if so what would pick up time be from Novotel Lakeside?

Q.2 - How far are you located from Queenstown?

I will be on a coach tour visiting Queenstown 20th. February and would like to try and fit this ride in if possible.

Many thanks

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Yes the Moke Lake horse ride in Queenstown has 3 departures daily at 9am, 12pm and 3pm. Pick up is from outside the Station building in the centre of town. The ride is in Moke Lake which is about 25 minutes out of Queenstown on the lake road to Glenorchy. Return transfers are included. The views are spectacular.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Callum) on 12th Oct 15 at 22:03

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Is their are a weight limit?

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Hi Chaun. There is a maximum weight limit of 100kg on the Ben Lomond horse riding in Queenstown.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Callum) on 6th Feb 15 at 15:41

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do you have to be an experienced rider

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Hi Simone. No you do not have to be an experienced rider to do one of the Ben Lomond horse treks in Queenstown. People of all abilities and ages are welcome to go riding and when you book online we ask for your riding ability so we can organise a horse best suited to your needs.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Callum) on 31st Aug 14 at 12:57

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Hi there, do u guys accept American Express? Thanks

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Hi Fernanda. Yes we do accept American Express, Visa and Mastercard for the Ben Lomond horse trekking and all other activities in Queenstown and do not charge any credit card or booking fees. 

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Callum) on 19th May 14 at 17:24

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Hello, could you please confirm if rain jackets are supplied on your horse trek?

Thankyou

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Hi Mark,

Yes Ben Lomond Horse Trekking have rain coats which will keep you nice and dry.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Nigel) on 24th Feb 14 at 18:10

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Hi do you transport from queenstown?

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Hi Rachael. Yes free transfers to and from Queenstown are included when you book a horse trek with Ben Lomond horses.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Callum) on 17th Feb 14 at 16:40

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Hi, we are planning a trip over Easter and would like to know what is the minimum age for kids to ride accompanied by an adult (for an extra $10 as mentioned in your website)?
Thanks

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Hi Aino, the leading by one of the guides for an additional $10 on the child price is generally done for those that are aged between 4-6 who aren't confident or stable enough to ride on their own. 

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Belinda) on 24th Jan 14 at 10:45

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How far are you from Queenstown and do you have any self drive prices?

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Hi Jane, Ben Lomond Trekking is about a 10-15 minute drive from central Queenstown. There are no self drive prices for their rides.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Belinda) on 8th Jan 14 at 20:10

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I would lke a gift voucher for 2 people redemable end of january /beginning of February 2014. I want this as Xmas present.Can you send voucher online.

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Hi Karen. Yes yo can book an open dated gift voucher for horse riding in Queenstown. Simply click on the 'Book Now" button at the top or bottom of this page, then check the 'I want this to be an open dated gift voucher' button. You can then book & pay for an instant gift voucher valid for 12 months that we will email straight back to you. 

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Callum) on 18th Dec 13 at 11:16

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what kind of saddle to you use...english or american western?

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Hi Joe, english saddles are used at Ben Lomond Trekking. 

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Belinda) on 29th Apr 13 at 12:02

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Hi I am wondering if your Mote Lake trek is suitable for an 8 year old girl (I will be there too) with no riding exerience? What would the cost of this be for the 2 of us? Is the trek available nov 3?
Thanks

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Hi Karl, yes the Moke Lake ride is suitable for your 8 year old with no riding experience. The cost is $80 per adult and $70 per child. Ben Lomond Trekking is scheduled to start again as of November 1 so yes the 3rd November is available to book.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Belinda) on 16th Oct 12 at 16:37

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Hi!

I have visited the website http://nzhorsetreks.co.nz/bookings-and-enquiries
It says that it is closed in early June (7/6). But I am able to book via this website.

I would like to clarify whether it is opened or not. If it is, it would be great news. 4 of us from Singapore would be delighted to book your horses =)

If you are open, I would like to book immediately.

thank you

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Hi Maryamn, unfortunately Ben Lomond Horse Riding have just decided they will no longer operate during the winter with their last trek taking place 31st May. The site now reflects this.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Belinda) on 11th May 12 at 10:37

Hi Maryamn, unfortunately Ben Lomond Horse Riding have just decided they will no longer operate during the winter with their last trek taking place 31st May. The site now reflects this.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Belinda) on 11th May 12 at 10:41

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I am planning to join the 6.30pm Moke Lake ride on the coming 7Apr.But I cannot see this is an available time slot from the company website. Thus, can I confirm this time slot is available?

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Hi Kevin. Daylight savings is finishing in New Zealand at the end of March so it will be getting darker an hour earlier which means the evening Moke Lake horse ride with Ben Lomond Horse Trekking will change from 6.30pm to approximately 5.30pm. If you book the 6.30pm departure time on our website then we will make sure we let you know exactly what time the pick up will be.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Callum) on 23rd Mar 12 at 18:00

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Hi there, we are coming down for holiday and would like to participate in your moke lake trek, we will not have a vehicle so we were wondering when pick up and drop offs were? Would we need to spend the day at your facility or do you have regular trips to queenstown? We will be staying at the heritage hotel

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Hi Samantha. Ben Lomond Horse Trekking pick up and drop off from outside the Station Building which is in central Queenstown. It is located on the corner of Shotover St and Camp St which is 2km down the road from the Heritage Hotel Queenstown.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Belinda) on 15th Mar 12 at 10:10

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I am an experienced rider and have my own horse. Which trek would you recommend I go on at Ben Lomond Trekking when I am in Queenstown.

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Hi Stacey, the trek options at Ben Lomond Trekking in Queenstown cater to all riding abilities. You will be given a horse matched to your ability and given the option to have a gallop etc where possible. I would recommend going on the Ride into the Past trek as it is the longer of the three options (3 hours).

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Belinda) on 30th Jan 12 at 17:18

Do all the rides have river crossings?

Comment by: Lucy White on 30th Jan 12 at 17:23

Hi Lucy, yes there are river crossings in all the Ben Lomond treks. There are up to 15 in the McConachies Creek ride and both the Moke Lake and Ride into the Past treks have a number of river crossings as well.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Belinda) on 30th Jan 12 at 17:33

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I have never been horse riding before, are any of these trips suitable for beginners?

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Hi Anthony. Ben Lomond horse trekking caters for both beginners and experienced riders. The guides will select suitable horses for each rider depending on your size and riding ability . I would recommend the Moke Lake ride over the other two options though as you spend 1.5 hours in the saddle which is plenty of time for a beginner. The other 2 ride options are a bit longer in duration and may be a bit too long in the saddle, especially for guys!

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Callum) on 9th Dec 11 at 15:13

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