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Lake Toya Ranch, Toyako-cho

4.7
#1 of 6 in Parks in Toyako-cho
Equestrian Trail · Hidden Gem · Horseback Riding Tour
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  • Our first horseriding experience right here at Lake Toya! our guide was fun and could converse in simple english - we did a 90 min mountain + lake trail and it was worth it. horses are really...  more »
  • This ranch is along a nice scenic drive along lake toya. The staff is really friendly and the guide is funny and entertaining. The horses are trained well but they have individual personalities which....  more »
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