The riding stables in Hafling, Vöran and Meran 2000 offer riding lessons, guided rides and day trips on horseback.
The famous Haflinger horses
, with their distinctive blond manes, were named after the village of Hafling on the mountain plateau above the spa town of Meran. These persistent horses, which once served as farm animals, are now reliable and surefooted horses for leisure activities. The Haflinger, like the Noriker, are ideal draft animals for carriage
through the blossoming landscape in Hafling, Vöran and Meran 2000. All year round, horse lovers and romantics
experience the area thereby in a very special way.
A horse-drawn carriage ride is a popular gift idea.
The riding stables
in Hafling, Vöran and Meran 2000 offer riding lessons, guided rides
and day trips on horseback
all year round.
For children, guided riding lessons, introductory courses and ponies for petting are a way to make initial contact with the gentle Haflinger.