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  • A rider and her horse from Alvie Stables canter in a snow-covered field south west of Aviemore
    A rider and her horse from Alvie Stables canter in a snow-covered field south west of Aviemore
  • Four riders on a pony trekking expedition on the Alvie Estate pause to admire the snow covered Cairngorms
    Four riders on a pony trekking expedition on the Alvie Estate pause to admire the snow covered Cairngorms
  • Riders on a pony trekking expedition through the Alvie Estate with the Cairngorms visible beyond, Speyside
    Riders on a pony trekking expedition through the Alvie Estate, Speyside

Discover the beautiful scenery in the Highlands on a horse riding trip. Enjoy trails traversing through some of the biggest forests in Scotland; while higher up trails provide stunning views of the Highland landscape.

With a variety of rich habitats there is a chance of spotting wildlife, such as buzzards and roe deer. Visit one of the riding centres in the region to experience expert tuition from qualified instructors.

At the Newtonmore Riding Centre you can go horse riding and Highland Pony trekking, which originated here in the 1950s. There are also excellent riding opportunities in Brora and Bettyhill.

A few miles from Aviemore is the beautiful Rothiemurchus Estate with stunning woodland scenery and a wonderful selection of outdoor activities including canoeing, gorge walking, rafting, archery, pony trekking, fishing and more besides.

Why not take a horseback treks around Loch Ness with the Highland Riding Centre?

Browse the listings to plan your horse riding trip in the Highlands today.

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    Drumnadrochit

    Established in 1963, and fully approved by the British Horse Society (BHS), Borlum is the ideal place to take a riding holiday.

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