We have two 9 hole courses close by, in Knighton and Newtown. The nearest 18 hole course being Llandrindod Wells Golf Course best described as an "Upland Links" course provides a true test for golfers of all abilities. It is a superb course of 18 holes, almost 5800 yards in length (par 69). Sitting on the hill above the town, it affords spectacular views as you play.
Knighton golf course offers one of the best rounds of golf in central Wales. If you enjoy courses that are full of character, that have uphill and downhill lies and offer some of the most spectacular views you are ever likely to see on a golf course, then you will not do better than the nine-hole 5362 yard, par 68 course here at Knighton.
The 6012-yard course Newtown Golf Course is a challenging par 70 parkland style course which course uses the natural contours of the land to provide a challenging golfing experience rising and falling towards the River Severn, which borders the course and comes into play on three holes.
The Griffin-Lloyd shooting ground just 11 miles away offers a wide variety of clay target shooting facilities to suit your needs whether you are an expert shot wishing to stay at the top of your game or a complete novice looking to try something new and exciting. Open seven days a week for practice and tuition by fully qualified instructors. Mid Wales Shooting Centre
22 miles away is one of the premier clay target facilities in the UK having played host to World, British, Welsh, and English championships over recent years and is open from Tuesday to Saturday with Sunday being competition day. Situated in 300 acres of grounds and also caters for both the novice and the expert shooter, with a vast range of shooting facilities which includes 16 Trap Layouts, 4 Skeet layouts and 18 Sporting Stands.
Phil Price's Rally School around half an hour away is the UK's leading rally school – Voted Best UK Rally School by Auto Express magazine for more than a decade! A full action packed rally school, with maximum hands on time behind the wheel.. Take the opportunity to learn and develop the unique skills of rally driving in a controlled and safe environment experiencing this most exciting and exhilarating forms of all motorsport. The genuine forest surfaces are maintained to such high standards that many top world rally teams use them for pre-event testing.
The Radnorshire Wildlife Trust has a conservation lease on the Beacon Hill Common, and as such birdlife is abundant. It is predominantly upland heath and retains a wonderful wilderness atmosphere rare in the UK today. It is said that Mid Wales has the greatest density and diversity of birds of prey in Southern Britain.
Walking the Beacon, you may see upland birds such as Meadow Pipit, Skylark, Whinchat, Buzzard and Wheatear. Curlew are also found in the wetter areas as occasionally are Snipe. Ring Ouzel, Peregrine, and various Owls can be seen, and we have often seen the rare Red Kite. During the winter months Hen Harrier fly over the area.
Further afield there are several excellent reserves You might like to visit.
POR TREC Training
Mar 14-15 2015
Colt Start with Jamie Evans
April 6th - May 1st 2015
Ride with Jamie
April 5th - May 1st 2015
Private Lessons with Jamie
May 4th - 8th 2015
May 8 - 10 2015
Rider Biomechanics, Trail Riding and a bit of pampering too
Prepare for the Season ahead
May 11-15 2015
with Alison Jones
Level 3-4 Clinic
June 1-4 2015
with Lyla Cansfield
Rhythm & Regularity
June 19-21 2015
Rder Biomechanics, Trail riding and a bit of pampering too.
Ride to Music and improve your scores
TREC Training Holiday
Jun 30th - July 5th 2015
Aug 21-23 2015
Rider Biomechanics, trail riding and a bit of pampering too
Sep 7th - 11th 2015
with Sally Brett & Jody Ruysen
for place to place trail riding