Foraging

The real beauty of foraging is it helps you connect to a landscape in a whole new way. It gives you reason to lie in the grass, to poke your fingers through the earth in search of a pignut, to scramble over rocks and pick through layers of dulse - mix it with the random weavings of a forage in the forest and you have the ideal antidote to nature-detached-modernity, a perfect little moment of wild escape.

Foraging

The real beauty of foraging is it helps you connect to a landscape in a whole new way. It gives you reason to lie in the grass, to poke your fingers through the earth in search of a pignut, to scramble over rocks and pick through layers of dulse - mix it with the random weavings of a forage in the forest and you have the ideal antidote to nature-detached-modernity, a perfect little moment of wild escape.

Kayaking

An alternative way to explore the Loch, but be careful it requires a higher level of skill than canoeing – you definitely want to avoid a dip in the Loch!

Kayaking

An alternative way to explore the Loch, but be careful it requires a higher level of skill than canoeing – you definitely want to avoid a dip in the Loch!

Hill Walking

Scotland has unrivaled countryside with ragged hills and we can help you explore this.

From Corbetts to Munros to more gentle climbs, we can provide guided hill walks, customised to your needs.

Why not reach the heights of Ben Lomond, Ben Venue and elsewhere?

Hill Walking

Scotland has unrivaled countryside with ragged hills and we can help you explore this.

From Corbetts to Munros to more gentle climbs, we can provide guided hill walks, customised to your needs.

Why not reach the heights of Ben Lomond, Ben Venue and elsewhere?

Mountain Biking

Enjoy a gentle pedal on our mountain bikes by the Lochside or explore the thrilling trails of Loch Ard forest – with miles of tracks.

Go Country has a full range of bikes available including bikes for all sizes. We also provide trailers for children and tandems available to hire.

Mountain Biking

Enjoy a gentle pedal on our mountain bikes by the Lochside or explore the thrilling trails of Loch Ard forest – with miles of tracks.

Go Country has a full range of bikes available including bikes for all sizes. We also provide trailers for children and tandems available to hire.

Navigation

Natural navigation is the rare art of finding your way using nature. Natural navigators learn to read the sun, moon, stars, weather, land, sea, plants and animals. It is possible to navigate naturally on land, water or in the wild. Join us for a day trip into the wilderness to discover your inner adventurer.

Natural Navigation

Natural navigation is the rare art of finding your way using nature. Natural navigators learn to read the sun, moon, stars, weather, land, sea, plants and animals. It is possible to navigate naturally on land, water or in the wild. Join us for a day trip into the wilderness to discover your inner adventurer.

MORE THINGS TO DO

There are a wide range of activities and things to do in Strathard. You can walk, cycle and travel around the countryside to your heart’s content.

In the winter you can even explore the wilderness and discover the wildlife that inhabit the mountain tops. As well as enjoying your time on land, you can also get on the water and explore the beauty of Loch Ard.

Abseiling

Doon Hill is the home of the fairies. It is also the final resting place of a local minister, Robert Kirk, who lived in Aberfoyle in the 17th century. The minister would hold service and explain the virtues of God as well as describing the secret lives of the fairies. Robert Kirk believed that Doon Hill was enchanted with fairies living among the local population. Such was Kirk’s commitment and belief in the fairies he published a book called The Secret Commonwealth where he describes Doon Hill as being the gateway to the land of the fairies.

Bushcraft

Doon Hill is the home of the fairies. It is also the final resting place of a local minister, Robert Kirk, who lived in Aberfoyle in the 17th century. The minister would hold service and explain the virtues of God as well as describing the secret lives of the fairies. Robert Kirk believed that Doon Hill was enchanted with fairies living among the local population. Such was Kirk’s commitment and belief in the fairies he published a book called The Secret Commonwealth where he describes Doon Hill as being the gateway to the land of the fairies.

Walking

Doon Hill is the home of the fairies. It is also the final resting place of a local minister, Robert Kirk, who lived in Aberfoyle in the 17th century. The minister would hold service and explain the virtues of God as well as describing the secret lives of the fairies. Robert Kirk believed that Doon Hill was enchanted with fairies living among the local population. Such was Kirk’s commitment and belief in the fairies he published a book called The Secret Commonwealth where he describes Doon Hill as being the gateway to the land of the fairies.

Walking

Doon Hill is the home of the fairies. It is also the final resting place of a local minister, Robert Kirk, who lived in Aberfoyle in the 17th century. The minister would hold service and explain the virtues of God as well as describing the secret lives of the fairies. Robert Kirk believed that Doon Hill was enchanted with fairies living among the local population. Such was Kirk’s commitment and belief in the fairies he published a book called The Secret Commonwealth where he describes Doon Hill as being the gateway to the land of the fairies.

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