Kuusekännu riding farm

Beginners can learn the art of riding on our experienced and placid horses. Those who already know the basics will find a couple of hours spent on horseback out in the open a pleasant change to learning the ropes in our riding arena and training area.
Accomplished riders can enjoy our romantic riding hikes in Lahemaa National Park. Those wishing to spend longer periods in the saddle can also take part in our exciting riding camps. It is hard to achieve the true Christmas feeling in the city amid the winter hustle and bustle, so why not come and see us? Take a ride on a sled through the forest to the sound of sleigh bells, bring the animals a seasonal treat and enjoy a meal of blood sausages and gingerbread.

Features and amenities


Loobu küla, Kadrina vald, Lääne-Viru maakond

Getting there

Follow the St Petersburg highway (E20) out of Tallinn for around 68 km until you see an overpass, the signs before which point to Tapa on the right (25 km). Turn off here in the direction of Tapa and go on a further 300 metres, up to where the overpass ends, then turn right at the first intersection (look out for the sign saying ‘ratsatalu’ or ‘riding farm’). Go on a further 800 metres and then take the first road on the left, where again you will see a sign for the Kuusekännu riding farm. You will see the farm on your right across the field. We are 146 km from Narva.


  • Signposted
  • By car
  • Sealed access road
  • By excursion bus


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