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Pony trekking, trail riding and horse riding. Try Segway Trekking!

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Pony Trekking and Horse riding are available at centres in and near to the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park (or is it Pony Trecking?)

terrain in this part of Scotland offers everything from easy gentle rides for the complete novice to the more demanding trekks over some of the moors and mountain slopes. It is often said that the best way to enjoy the scenery is on foot - many who have tried pony trekking in Scotland would disagree!


Segway Trekking in The Trossachs
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Rednock Farm Pony Trekking & Horse Riding Centre in The Trossachs
- Newly arrived - Segway Trekking and Orienteering

For full information regarding times available, facilities, prices and to make a booking,
please telephone 01877 385 276, mobile 0780 1699 497 or Email
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We have been operating as a Trekking Centre for several years and our experienced staff will ensure that your enjoyment and safety is paramount. We have our own ponies and horses which are personally tended by ourselves. This means we know each animal individually and can suit the horse to the rider. Enjoy the beautiful countryside from the back of one of our experienced horses under the supervision of our helpful staff. We aim  to cater for all ability levels and ages of 4 and above and our  priorities are customer enjoyment and safety, giving opportunities for all to reach their own potential. Children are given 1-1 supervision if needed. Our treks are one and two hours long and cover some of the most scenic countryside within the  Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. Hats are provided & fitted by our staff members.


Come and try our new, exciting Segways. These intriguing machines are  environmentally friendly , silent, sensitive ,battery powered    and highly responsive to the movements of the body .  During your guided trek , opportunities will be given to allow you to combat  various terrain after a short training session. You will quickly become confident on this unique method of transportation and will glide  effortlessly  over our scenic tracks . This is an experience not to be missed!

Weight limit 17 stones and minimum age 10 years.

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With the support of friends, family, a map and compass enjoy our beautiful farm . At the same time encounter wildlife, clues and the possibility of winning prizes!!!


Try your hand at Shetland pony driving. Our willing little pony will safely allow you to develop new skills without a single saddle sore!!! Our experienced staff will give you basic training in carraige driving. This activity is open to all. Children will be supported on the cart by a member of the Castle Rednock staff team.

To take part in this activity, booking is necessary

You may also be interested in Quad Pods for 3-4 year olds at £5 for 20 minutes

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Our outstanding ponies and horses are experienced in all terrains and all categories of riders. They are good natured and adaptable and will happily cope with all abilities from the total novice to the very experienced rider.

Although we are not a riding school, instruction on riding technique and basic skills is provided.

Where are we?

Rednock Farm Trekking Centre is between Thornhill and Port of Menteith on the road from Stirling to Aberfoyle and is only 10 minutes by car from the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park Gateway town of Callander and 30 minutes from Stirling.

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The Surroundings

Rednock Farm is in a level rural area near to the Lake of Menteith with rolling hills immediately to the north and the Camsie Hills about 4 miles to the south. We are located on a circular route known as 'The Trossachs Trail'. We have immediate access from the farm to a large variety of rides to suit all capabilities.

You can take your ride at the walk, trot, canter or gallop on hillsides, woodlands, lowlands and splash.

During your ride you may encounter deer, buzzards, Sparrowhawks, Red Kites, Badgers and foxes - and of course 'sheeps and Coos'.

After exhilarating horseback climbs you will see some great landscapes and views:

  • To the south east we look over the Carse of Stirling to the easily recognised outlines of Stirling Castle, the Wallace Monument and the oddly shaped hill of Dumyat, an outlyer of the Ochil hills.
  • To the south we look over Killorn Moss to Kippen in the foothills of the Campsies.
  • To the southwest we look over Scotland's only 'Lake' - the Lake of Menteith to Flanders Moss and the Campsie hills

Where-ever you ride from Rednock farm there is always something worth seeing.

We encourage and assist you to make the most of your riding potential.

A few rules!

  • Trekks are for a maximum of 13 persons.
  • All riders must be above four years of age - no upper limit!
  • Maximum rider weight is 17 stone.
  • Riding hats are provided and must always be worn when riding.

We are open all year

Bookings and Enquiries

We take bookings from individuals, groups and parties and will happily cater for corporate outings and events.
Contact us by phone for enquiries or to make a booking for an unforgetable and enjoyable riding experience

Please telephone 01877 385 276 or mobile 0780 1699 497 for full information regarding times available, facilities, prices and to make a booking.


The Trossachs and things to see and do


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Sorry, no further riding centres at present.

Riding Centres in Scotland

Corrow Trekking Centre
Loch rides and forest trekks.
Beginners welcome.
Corrow Farm, Lochgoilhead.
Tel: 01301 703247

Duncryne Equitation Centre
Private and group lessons.
Pony care courses.
Little Duncryne Farm, Gartocharn.
Tel: 01389 830425

Loch Tay Highland Lodges & Equestrian Centre
Trekking and hacking through mountain scenery overlooking Loch Tay.
Milton Morenish, By Killin.
Tel: 01567 820323

Lomondside Stud and Equitation Centre
Private and group lessons, full livery.
Buchannan Home Farm, Drymen.
Tel: 01360 660481

Maple Leaf Quarter Horses
Safe, scenic trail rides in the hills overlooking the Gareloch.
Little Rahane Farm, Clynder.
Tel: 01436 831214

Easterhill Trekking Centre and Saddlery
Easterhill Farm
Gartmore By Aberfoyle
Tel/Fax: +44 (0) 1877 382875

Colgrain Equestrian Centre, Cardross, Dumbartonshire, G82 5HG. Tel: +44 (0)1389 842022 .

Drumbrae Riding School, Drumbrae Farm, Bridge of Allan, Stirling, FK9 4LT. Tel: +44 (0)1786 832 247.

Duncryne Equitation & Trekking Centre, Gartocharn, near Balloch, Loch Lomond, G62. Tel: +44 (0)1389 830425

Highland Horse Riding, Highland Horse Riding, Tarbert, PA29 6XX. Tel: +44 (0)1880 820333.

Loch Tay Highland Lodges & Equestrian Centre, Milton Morenish Estate, Killin, FK21 8TY. Tel: +44 (0)1567 820323 .

Lomondside Stud & Equestrian Centre, Buchanan Castle Estate, Drymen, G63 0HU. Tel: +44 (0)1360 660481.

Mambeg Farm, Rahane, by Helensburgh, G84 0QW. Tel: +44 (0)1436 672023.



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