Tonimtoul Riding Centre Tomintoul Riding Centre offers trail riding and treks in the Scottish Highlands led by friendly, experienced and qualified guides
Trail Rides



Trail Riding Holidays


This holiday is about exploring the wide open spaces and relaxing in the peace and tranquility of the highland landscape. A landscape which is steeped in history - not least our base at St Bridget Farm, site of a medieval chapel and from 1738-1745 home of the famous Gordon of Glenbucket who was deeply involved in the Jacobite Risings of 1715 and 1745.

During your weeks holiday, we will be riding for on average 5-6 hours per day. With minimal riding on public roads the trails cover varied and occasionally demanding terrain at a medium pace with plenty of opportunities to canter.

In the interest of safety and enjoyment trail rides are restricted to a maximum group size of 8. Our trail riding holidays are specifically for experienced riders only and an ability to canter confidently is essential.  It is  physically demanding to ride all day, and for your enjoyment and the horses wellbeing, it is expected that you are reasonably fit.

In addition to your usual riding clothing we suggest that you should bring (just in case!) gloves, a warm jumper, waterproofs and definitely a camera is recommended. All riders must wear a riding hat and these can be provided here if you are unable to bring your own. 

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