• NATURE LOVERS. Plans in the Sierra Norte de Madrid

    Sustainable forest management

    Get in touch with a sustainable and respectful way to work the land and manage the natural spaces with the help of shooting horses.

    Learn about the importance and benefits of these shooting animals in sensitive or protected forest areas as well as in horticultural work.

    You will be able to witness the implementation of real techniques of wood-cutting in a protected area such as the Dehesa Boyal de Puebla de la Sierra, central area of the Sierra del Rincón Biosphere Reserve and perform for you mism@ activities of working the land in orchards of this wonderful enclave.

    Discover traditional tools and tools with more than 100 years old and those of modern origin without losing that essence of traditional millennial activity. Animal traction.

    Entra en contacto con estos animales de gran nobleza que poseen una voluntad para el trabajo y una complicidad con las personas propiciando una compenetración en plena armonía.

    20 € per person

    Precio:

    20 adult euros/ 10 Euros child (between 12 and 18 years) / children of 0 to 11 free years

    Meeting point: Plaza Mayor de Puebla de la Sierra

    Dates:

    -Animal-driven forest work activity, of the 1 November 30 April

    -Horticultural work activity with animal traction, of the 15 April 30 June

    Duration: 3 hours approximately.

    It includes: Guide with Environmental Educator and Local Expert. Working with horses and laboring tools.

    Do not forget to: Comfortable shoes, water, lunch sandwich, camera…

    Other: Group activity between 10 to 20 people max

    It organizes / Contact

    Cooperative “The Apisquillos”

    630 806 688

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