I booked a three-hour tour in advance. The stables were clean and well-kept, and the horses were very well-trained and well-behaved. The tour led us past amazing sites and spectacular views of several lakes and other viewpoints. Some bits of the ride were maybe not for the faint-hearted, some climbs and descents were quite technical, along steep ridges on rocky paths. Howver, the horses would have done everything probably with their eyes closed - they were really not taken aback with anything and seemed to know the route like the inside of their pocket.
Our guide was very friendly. I was the last in the line of a group of 5 and could hear everything very well, as it is absolutely dead-silent in the forest. The guide did not speak a lot by himself as he prefered to let us enjoy the scenery rather than overpowering the tour with endless talk. However, he did explain some key interesting facts about the nature and the area, and whenever you asked him something he would explain elaborately.
3 hours on a horse is a lot if you're not used to riding (which I am not) but i found it totally worth the minor discomfort I faced by the end of the tour. Around every corner there was something new and beautiful to see, and it's definitely something else to do this on a horse. It was exciting (especially when we saw two bears), yet relaxing and quirky.
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