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Ten Riding Routes

Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park is a welcoming place for horse riders, with many spectacular rides to enjoy. This section of the website introduces 10 in the eastern part of the park. It was compiled by a group of local riders, the Trossachs Riders Access Group (TRAG), working with the National Park Authority and Forestry Commission Scotland.

ROUTE 1: Garadhban, Ballinjour

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Distance: 5 km (3 miles) Location: 2.5 km north of Drymen on the single track Old Drymen to Gartmore Road (National Cycle Route 7) Maximum gradient: 1:6 on yellow waymarked route Parking: About two horse boxes/trailers

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ROUTE 2: Garadhban, lower woods

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Distance: 6.5 km/5 km (4 miles/3 miles) Location: 2.5 km north of Drymen on the single track Old Drymen to Gartmore Road (National Cycle Route 7) Parking: About two horse boxes/trailers

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ROUTE 3: High Corrie

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Distance: 8.75 km (5.5 miles) Location: 5 km north of Drymen on the single track Old Drymen to Gartmore Road (National Cycle Route 7) Maximum gradient: 1:9 on blue waymarked route Parking: About six horse boxes/trailers

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ROUTE 8: West Achray

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Distance: 5.5 km (3.5 miles) Location: Leannach, Dukes Pass, 8 km north of Aberfoyle on the A821 Maximum gradient: 1:4 on red way-marked route Parking: About two to three horse boxes/trailers in bays

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ROUTE 10: Cock Hill

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Distance: 6.5–8 km (4.5 miles–5 miles) Location: 1.5 km south west of Callander on NCN 7 Invertrossachs Road Parking: Six horse boxes/trailers Location: 3 km south of Callander on the A81 Parking: Two horse boxes/trailers

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