Equestrian Pyrenees offers an excellent program of integral immersion to the world of horse riding and the opportunity to learn and practice English, the essential language today, in addition to French or Spanish for students from abroad. It will always be done with teachers from the country of origin of each language.
All with the backdrop of the Pyrenees, in an equestrian center located in the countryside with a rural hotel to accommodate young riders and Amazons.
These are international camps for young people aged 8 to 18 at all levels of both riding and language, which begin on June 21 through August 30, in periods of one or several weeks.
The summer camps of the Equestrian Pyrenees have been chosen by the well-known VOGUE magazine among the five best sports camps worldwide.
The teachers that make up our team are highly qualified and enjoy sharing their knowledge and passion for horses and nature offering from the initiation to the improvement of numerous modalities within the equestrian. We will learn, depending on the case, jumping, concepts about dressage or cross, how is the western version of this sport, how the natural dressage is distinguished from all of them and what the hitch entails.
And of course, all-day routes through our wonderful environment during which students will learn orientation techniques related to mountain survival.
The center has three sand tracks, plus two more grass. The function of one of the first of them is to meet the needs of reining. We have also had the collaboration of Albert Hermoso, European champion and Olympic rider, to design the configuration of the cross circuit we have.
Our equestrian program is complemented by seminars on veterinary medicine, hypology and ethology.
We have half a hundred horses of different races (KWPN for jumping), PRE, Anglo Arabs, Spanish-Arabs and quarter-Americans trained for teaching riding at their different levels.
Our equestrian education follows the Gallop methodology of the Spanish Equestrian Federation and students can be examined at different levels during their stay.
- Students also receive two hours of language class that may be English, French or Spanish if the participants are foreigners. The native teachers live in the center, participating in leisure time and recreational activities allowing the promotion and practice of the language in a more spontaneous and natural way to be carried out outside the lessonstraditional.
Language classes are taught outdoors or in places outside the school environment to highlight the playful aspect of learning, allowing the necessary effort to be more bearable and optimal results.
The days of intense activity end with a session of yoga (hatha yoga) to relax body and mind.
Participants stay in the rural hotel located on the same premises, and share a room for four people.
On the other hand, to respond to family diversity, Pyrenees Equestrian offers a tennis program with the Jaca tennis and paddle club team, Pyrenesport, of excellent reputation. These students will receive three practice sessions and game tactics, leaving one day for competitions and competitions, and will join before the meal with the participants of the riding program. They will have two hours of language in the afternoon, plus one hour of riding. The schedules and prices are the same for both programs (from Sunday to Sunday, with the possibility of repeating a second or thirdweek).