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Highlands Unbridled Trail Riding & Trekking Centre

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Fantastic 5-day trek

I went on the 5-day Great Glen Ride during early September. It was a fantastic experience overall... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
vK_rosie
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Lausanne, Switzerland
Fantastic week on horseback in the highlands (castles and whisky trail

Together with my 20 year old daughter I rode the "Castles and Whisky Trail" this summer. We had a... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
evibieler
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Muenchenstein, Switzerland
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Here at Highlands Unbridled we have riding to suit everyone, from Pony Trekking for complete beginners and exhilerating beach gallops for experienced riders,long distance trail riding holidays including the longest trail ride in the UK visiting all...more
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| Northwilds, IV19 1PE, Scotland
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Reviewed 6 days ago

I went on the 5-day Great Glen Ride during early September. It was a fantastic experience overall. I would not hesitate to go back, except that we were so lucky with the weather that I'm sure this cannot be repeated. Jan and Graham were wonderfully...More

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Reviewed 6 days ago

Travelled from London to the Highlands to visit friends and came across this place. Took my 2 daughters for a short hack. Horses were very friendly but lacked Oomph. Appeared over worked and bored and i had to really push my pony forward just to...More

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HighlandsUnbridled, Owner at Highlands Unbridled Trail Riding & Trekking Centre, responded to this reviewResponded 6 days ago

Hello Sandra. How strange - We haven't had any 'Sandra's booking with us in the last month.... Forgive me if I'm wrong, but you don't actually come from London do you? In fact, I think you are the 'Sandra M' who lives in the house...More

Reviewed 1 week ago

Together with my 20 year old daughter I rode the "Castles and Whisky Trail" this summer. We had a fantastic time with very nice people, lovely horses and beautiful weather, which was not Scottish at all! Jan and Graham are just great. Also Dominique, who...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

This was the trip of a lifetime!! It was fabulous - Jan and Graham are amazing people and I'm happy to now call them friends. They were so knowledgeable of history and our rides each day, while challenging, were simply amazing. They bend over backwards...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

This was the second trip I have done horse trekking. This was a trip of a lifetime. Jan and Graham were wonderful guides/supporters. I rode Maverick, a gorgeous sweet highland pony who had no problem with the terrain we were on. The properties they booked...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Because of some really bad reviews here I arrived rather cautious. I was worried to find horses in bad health and Tour guides without experience. Beeing a vet myself I feared the most for badly treated animals. I saw lots of pictures of horses in...More

Thank Marina S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Went on this trail ride in may and had an awesome time! Both horses and the guests were well taken care of. Staff were absolutely great people. Guestfriendly and very professional. Would go back and do another ride in an instant!

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

My mum and I have been to highlands unbridled for 7 day working holidays twice now - once when they were in Brora and once at their new location - and I can’t wait for our next holiday here! Jan and Graham are wonderful hosts,...More

Thank Courtney A
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Who knew that horseback riding in the Scottish Highlands would be a life changing event? Thanks to the capable hands of Graham and Jan, our trip became a magical journey into the romantic mists of the lochs and winding paths among the moors. Our hosts,...More

Thank Claire B
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

My husband and I did the coast to coast ride with Jan and Graham... It was fantastic! The ride was very nice, beautiful scenery! The horses are very well looked after and as an equine vet myself, I’m in an excellent position to tell!! Nothing...More

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KristinH1293
10 October 2018|
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Response from HighlandsUnbridled | Property representative |
Hi there. It depends on the time of year, really. But it's important that you are comfortable and warm. And as it's Scotland, It's always wise to bring a waterproof jacket :) If you go to our website and email me on the... More
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FIONA L
28 September 2018|
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Response from HighlandsUnbridled | Property representative |
Hi Fiona We do have a couple of western saddles that we could use - and also a trekker saddle, which has a high cantle and instead of a horn on the front, it has a big arch, which is great for making people feel secure in... More
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