Loch Lomond’s beautiful scenery and unique form offer those staying at Cameron House several ways to explore and seek adventure. We pride ourselves in providing you with unrivalled experiences, the sort of adventure that gets your heart beating. Whether it be taking the high road in some 4x4’s or taking the low road on your own two feet, there are lots of on-land activities that allow you to explore all that Loch Lomond has to offer.
If you’re looking for something a bit more unique to do at loch Lomond, Cameron House has a great experience just for you. Situated moments from Cameron House, you can find yourself galloping through the countryside on some sure-footed and well-mannered ponies. Along with your windswept hair and joyful smile, you can be sure that you will leave Loch Lomond with memories that will last a lifetime.
Riding through the local Scottish countryside, you and your friends will witness some of the country's most beautiful and unique landscapes while experiencing them in one of the most unique ways you can. Transporting you back to a time without vehicles, this experience will be one that doesn’t disappoint.
Location: Where does the horse riding at Loch Lomond go?
This Pony Trekking activity offered at Loch Lomond will take you on one of the most stunning Scottish countryside routes. You’ll be guided by seasoned riders on a leisurely trek through the tranquil Scottish countryside before moving onto the surrounding Merlin’s more rugged terrain that overlooks The Trossachs, Scotland’s first National Park. From here, you will ride further into the countryside, taking you high into the moorlands. Finally, giving you the unrivalled experience of being in awe of one of Scotland's most iconic and breathtaking views, all whilst on horseback.
Do you need to have horse riding experience to go pony trekking at Loch Lomond?
We want to offer our adventures to as many people as we can. We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to witness the breathtaking scenery that Loch Lomond has to offer on the very beings that used to roam them freely. That is why our pony trekking tours at loch Lomond are for everyone. So, whether you are a seasoned equestrian looking for a different kind of ride, or a total horse-riding novice, this experience is for you.
Is horse riding safe?
Adventure doesn’t come without risk; however, we wouldn’t want you to hurt yourself. Our horse-riding experience involves a light and easy trek along the hills and glens around Loch Lomond and Trossachs national park. We make sure to only use the most well-mannered pony’s available, along with your very own seasoned ride leaders who will be with you every step of the way. This ensures your one-of-a-kind experience will be as smooth and as safe as possible, making it all worthwhile when you reach that last climatic viewpoint of the bonnie banks.
Why adventure Loch Lomond on horseback?
Loch Lomond’s unique landscape and beautiful, natural environments provide visitors at Cameron House several ways to explore and adventure. There is so much to explore from cruising around the countryside in a 4x4 to clay-pigeon shooting with a one-of-a-kind backdrop. So why choose to venture out on horseback?
We think it’s important for everyone to experience the surrounding environments at Loch Lomond in a way that doesn’t disturb the peace found in the natural world. Galloping through the majestic hills, glens and peaks surrounding the loch feels like something from a movie. The wind breezing through your hair, no sounds of big engines or loud bangs, just you and the natural world around you. There’s something freeing about experiencing the landscape the way it was meant to be explored. We really couldn’t recommend this unforgettable, unbelievable, unrivalled experience even more.
How to book?
Whatever the season, Loch Lomond pony trekking provides spaces for both individuals and small groups, meaning whether you’re a lone rider or in a group of horse enthusiasts, you will find the right experience you are looking for. You won’t be disappointed.
To book or find out more, please call 01389 312 210 or email email@example.com
Not into pony trekking?
We know that horses aren’t for everyone, so don’t worry if you don’t fancy pony trekking through the Loch Lomond countryside, ; we have a lot more activities that might suit the adventure seeker within you even more. Check out the other activities we offer here.