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Horse-riding

Canter along beautiful stretches of sand, ride across open moorland or explore hills and glens on a trekking holiday. Horse-riding is a wonderful way to see Argyll and the Isles and enjoy the stunning Scottish Highland scenery.

There’s a whole host of riding and trekking operators offering everything from short treks for beginners to hacks for more confident riders. Argyll Forest Park and Ardcastle Forest on the shores of Loch Fyne both offer fabulous woodland trekking, while on Islay you can ride along miles and miles of sand. Glorious!
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Active Kintyre
Active Kintyre
Active Kintyre will help you have an active, create and unforgettable holiday in Kintyre. They can organise actvities and events and take you to magical places in...
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Ardbrannan Riding Centre
Ardbrannan Riding Centre
Located two miles from Rothesay town centre, Ardbrannan Riding Centre is a great place to improve your riding skills and enjoy an outdoor adventure. There are horses and...
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Argyll Adventure
Argyll Adventure
Argyll Adventure offers ten fantastic activities, including horse riding, paintballing, laser storm, crossbows, climbing and bungee trampolines. Located in the...
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Ballivicar Farm Pony Trekking
Ballivicar Farm Pony Trekking
Ballivicar Farm offers pony trekking for all abilities, from the youngest riders to the most experienced. Expect individual attention from staff. The rides are from one...
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Fearnoch Forest
Fearnoch Forest
Fearnoch is a lovely, quiet woodland near Taynuilt and is ideal for a stroll, cycle or horse-ride. Enjoy the dramatic views to Ben Cruachan from picnic tables above the...
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John Muir Way
John Muir Way
The John Muir Way, which opened in 2014, is a fabulous long-distance route running through central Scotland and linking Helensburgh in Argyll in the west to Dunbar in...
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West Loch Lomond Cycle Route
West Loch Lomond Cycle Route
The West Loch Lomond Cycle Route starts next to Balloch Railway Station at the south of Loch Lomond and runs north along the loch for 27km to Tarbet, where you can catch...
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Wilder Ways
Wilder Ways
One of the best ways to discover Argyll & the Isles is on horseback. With ancient woodlands, a stunning coastline, hills and moors, it’s the perfect place for...
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