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Horse Riding

For some, the most enjoyable way for to enjoy the magnificent scenery of Scotland’s first National Park and Loch Lomond in particular is on horseback.

There are many riding stables and trekking centres within the area suitable for all levels of rider. Be it forest treks, hacking or loch rides, capture the idyllic surroundings on horseback.

Duncryne Equitation & Trekking Centre

Pony Trekking at Loch Lomond by Duncryne Trekking Centre at Gartocharn near Loch Lomond A fun family run business, established in 1994, Duncryne offers tuition all year round in all aspects of horse and pony care and riding, for all levels of horse lovers. Situated in Gartocharn on the A811, we are a short 10 minute drive from Balloch and Drymen, approx 40 minutes from Glasgow and Stirling. (local rail and bus access). We are a fully licensed riding school and approved by the Trekking and Riding Society of Scotland (TRSS) and the Association of British Riding Schools (ABRS).

Trossachs Pony Trekking | Castle Rednock Trekking Centre in the Trossachs

Trekking in the Trossachs with Castle Rednock Farm Pony Trekking & Horse Riding Centre. Enjoy a Pony Trek in the Trossachs and see the beautiful countryside from the back of one of our experienced horses.

Lomondside Stud Equestrian Centre

Private and group lessons, full livery.

Maple Leaf Quarter Horses

Safe, scenic trail rides in the hills overlooking the Gare Loch.

A&J Cochno Livery Yard

Riding School, Trekking, Livery Yard

Corrow Trekking Centre

Loch rides and forest treks. Beginners welcome.

Current weather

Loch Lomond

  • Overcast
  • Temperature: 8 °C
  • Wind: Variable, 3.5 mph
  • Pressure: 1012 hPa
  • Rel. Humidity: 76 %
  • Visibility: 6.2 mi
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