All are welcome at Mains of Taymouth Stables, from beginners to experienced riders. The trekking and learning centre is situated in the heart of Scotland, close to the shores of Loch Tay in Highland Perthshire, just over the bridge from the picturesque village of Kenmore. The Stables are part of the family owned 120 acre Mains of Taymouth Estate, nestled in magnificent countryside with some of the most spectacular views and scenery in Scotland - a fabulous place to come horse riding!
Horse Trekking & Hacking Trekking and hacking in dramatic Highland Perthshire scenery – for all ages and abilities. Enjoy a very special horse riding experience in Scotland on a myriad of stunning forest tracks amidst spectacular mountain, loch and river views. Our unspoiled native ponies are suitable for all ages and abilities under the supervision of our professional, enthusiastic team.
Pony rides for 30mins – Treks - 1 hour & 2 hours
Pony Rides & Family Rides Mains of Taymouth Stables can take children from the age of 4 years on a pony ride on our very well behaved ponies, whether it is your first time or not, we can cater for all levels. The very popular 'Family Ride' allows both children and their parents to ride together in a family unit, the kids love this one!
All services are offered to the highest standard with customer and horse care our major consideration – and all in superb riding environments.
For the health and well being of our horses we have a rider weight limit of 95kg / 210lbs / 15 st.
Discover walking routes that take you to the heart of our beautiful area, with graded day sections suited to all levels of ability and ambition.
There are four 18-hole and five 9-hole courses in the Breadalbane area, plus a 9-hole par-3 course. All of these beautiful courses enjoy spectacular settings and scenery and lie on the "Ring of Breadalbane" circular tourist route.
The Ring of Breadalbane Golf Trail also forms the backdrop to the 2014 Ryder Cup competition. The 10 courses lie between 10 and 35 miles from the Gleneagles Centenary course where the competition takes place.
The national open season for brown trout fishing runs from 15th March to 6th October. The salmon season varies from river to river. Although there is no national rod licence in Scotland, a permit to fish is generally required.
Within the Breadalbane area you can fish the Tay, Lyon, Earn and Forth river systems plus a number of lochs to the east, south and west.
On Tuesday 20th March 2018 the 4th Breadalbane Tourism & Local Produce EXPO will be held in the beautiful rural setting of Comrie Croft. Exhibitor stalls will be placed in the refurbished Comrie Croft Barn with outdoor exhibits and displays taking place in the adjacent Courtyard. Invitations to visit...
The Ring of Breadalbane Explorer was a pioneering hop-on hop-off mini bus service launched in 2012 by the Breadalbane Tourism Co-operative Ltd. to help visitors and residents explore the Breadalbane area, one of Scotland's best kept tourism secrets!
Visitors to the third Breadalbane Expo were treated to a delicious range of products in celebration of Scotland’s Year of Food and Drink.
Auchingarrich Wildlife Centre in Comrie hosted the event, which drew exhibitors from Crieff to Killin, Aberfeldy to Auchterarder and beyond to showcase their wares.
Do you love tasty food and drink, enthralling history and culture, and inspirational scenery? If so, come to Breadalbane and let its charms beguile you.
Feel everyday cares melt away as you enjoy a delectable meal then sip a relaxing dram while meditating on a mountain view. Be entranced...
Being active in glorious, natural surroundings is a great way to relax and recharge your batteries. Breadalbane is very accessible, only an hour from the Central Belt of Scotland, and has magnificent Highland scenery – a visit here will refresh your senses.
You will find many providers offering a...
Breadalbane is full of paradoxes, blending ancient and modern, rugged and gentle, exciting and relaxed to make a wonderful venue for short breaks at any time of year. Each visit is an opportunity to unearth ancient mysteries and surprising new places.
As the sun sets ever sooner on these last few evenings of summer, the prospect of the Scottish autumn ushers in its own attendant joys. Cycling and walking become less sweaty. Uniform verdure gives way to a thousand burning hues. Brambles bloom, horse chestnuts broaden and crack. Underfoot, a...
A challenging six day tramp for the tenacious wanderer, the Breadalbane Clan Ring walk won’t so much blow away the cobwebs, as completely refresh mind and spirit. This wild land boasts a rich and violent history to explore on the way, rewarding visitors with more natural beauty than you...
Let’s face it; everyone is looking for an excuse to cycle more frequently, and most bikes are egregiously underused. Whether you have an innocuous hybrid sulking in the garage or a mud-spattered, 27 speed beast raring to grind up a new summit, it’s time to dig out the spare...
The Breadalbane Tourism Co-operative has this week unveiled a new look for the region, claiming the moniker “The High Ground of Scotland”, a translation from the Gaelic name for the area ‘Braghad Albain’, in a bid to capitalise on increased tourism visitors to the region ahead of this year’s...
The Walking Rings of Breadalbane are an amazing way to discover our ancient landscapes.
Young, old, fit, hoping to get fitter, experienced or newcomer, there's something for everyone in this magical land when it comes to walking.