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Loch Lomond Pony Trekking

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Welcome to Loch Lomond Pony Trekking - Enjoy the stunning views of Loch Lomond whilst on horseback.

Located at the southern tip of Loch Lomond near the town of Balloch, we are easily accessible via the A82 coming north from Glasgow and south from Tarbet/Crianlarich. 

Our location means that we are readily accessible to all who wish to experience pony trekking in an area of outstanding natural beauty.

Loch Lomond Pony Trekking provides the ideal opportunity for novices and experienced equine enthusiasts to experience the very best that Scotland's first National Park has to offer.

Guests will go on a leisurely trek through the tranquil countryside onto the more rugged terrain of the surrounding moorland on our wonderful ponies.

Rest assured you'll experience unforgettable views of the landscape of Loch Lomond, whatever the season. 

We have horses to suit all levels - minimum age of rider is 12 years old.

 

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Loch Lomond Pony Trekking
Tullichewan Farm
Upper Stoneymollan Road
G83 8QY

T: 01389 711190
M: 07745277320

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