Horse Riding in Campbeltown

Love horses! Then Wilder ways is the best place to be. It is the best horse-riding service in Scotland and offers new skills on horseback and archery.

Where can I experience horse riding and boating experience in the same place?

Enjoy both at Wilder Ways for a day to remember, you can participate in horse riding and also enjoy an amazing boating experience that will take you to the famous whale watching destinations in the UK.

Horse riding couldn’t be more fun that Wilder Ways, you can be a beginner or a more experienced rider, either way you can enjoy an amazing journey through some of the lesser-known wilds in Scotland. We have an adventure to suit you! You can ride one of the enchanting and experienced trail horses. You’ll be taken into some of the most stunning locations, along mountain paths, through woodlands and along miles of golden beaches, with picnics, camp-fires and opportunities to paddle in the sea. Overnight accommodation can be in cottages, B&B, hostels or camps.

Have a horse? You can bring it with you either to adventure to the max or gain confidence from being part of the experienced herd.

In the spring the Wilder Ways team will be heading off grid to Scotland’s last true wilderness. The landscape has a breath-taking scenery that includes four of the Munros for which walkers and climbers flock to the area.

You can go fishing, diving or just get dropped off somewhere really wild, you can also hire a mountain bike from Knoydart Foundation.

The history of Knoydart dates back to the 12th century and the imposing monuments in the hills give testimony to past religious fervour and a maritime past.

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