The Stirling area offers a variety of opportunities for horse riding and we have more information available on how to take access in the area.
The Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003 gives the right of responsible non motorised access (but allows for mobility scooters) to most land and inland water in Scotland. This responsible right of access extends to horse riding.
The Scottish Outdoor Access Code explains how you can take responsible access when out with your horse. It gives useful advice and guidance on how to act when faced with different situations.
Stirling Area Local Access Forum produced 'Enjoy Stirling's Outdoors - Your Guide to Responsible Access' to help you on your way.
Another useful source of information is the British Horse Society Scotland.
Horse riding centres in and around Stirling
- Equestrian Centre | Wellsfield Farm Wellsfield Farm Equestrian Centre for Horse Riding Lessons and Pony Rides!
- Loch Lomond Pony Trekking Morning & afternoon session are available.
- Castle Rednock Trekking Centre is an activity centre which is located on a scenic working hill farm within the Stirling, Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park
- Drumbrae Riding Centre, Bridge of Allan Drumbrae Riding Centre is a BHS approved centre with 38 horses and ponies - 01786 834327
Bannockburn Group - Riding For the Disabled The Disabled Association
Sauchieburn Centre, Stirling FK7 9PZ 01786 813338