Mongolian horse riding in the winter months is somewhat different than the usual rides Stone Horse does during the warmer months from April through November. Mongolian winters are bitter with temperatures dropping as low as -45c and on rare occasions down to -50c. Although there is daily horseback work to do and the occasional day trip with a few hardy visitors, our back country rides don’t take place in the deep snow and low temperatures of winter where we operate. So, the horses have most of the time off to reserve their energy and get a good long rest for the next season. Below are a few photo’s of what the horses are up to now in early winter.
Horse Riding Tours Mongolia
Check out our Horse Riding Expeditions in Mongolia. Contact us via email, phone or Skype (fishandnotch). We love to talk about horse riding in Mongolia and how we do our trips. Call us for a chat even if you don’t come. And look for us on Facebook too as we update what the horses are up to throughout the winter months. Come to Mongolia for a horse riding adventure. You really will love it.