Outdoor Activities in Central Scotland

Walking/Mountain Biking/Cycling  

Clackmannanshire and Stirlingshire offer some of the best landscapes in Scotland for outdoor activities from Mountain biking to walking. The Ochil Hill routes attract the most adventurous of mountain bikers. Cycle paths and routes in Stirlingshire and Clackmannanshire include the national cycle ‘Route 76 Round the Forth’. Within Clackmannanshire and Central Scotland, there are many established walks including the glens of the Ochil Hills and Hills in Loch Lomond and the Trossachs.

Inglewood House can provide guests will different walking routes In Central Scotland for all abilities.  


Clackmannanshire has six golf courses, offering some of the steepest courses and finest views in Scotland. Golf courses include Alloa, Alva, Braehead, Dollar, Muckhart and Tillicoultry Golf Club.

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Further afield, you will find other golf courses including Stirling Golf Course, Gleneagles championship golf courses and the world class Carrick golf course at Loch Lomond. Located just over an hour from Inglewood House is the famous and most iconic golf course; the old course in St Andrews.


Located just 15mins from Inglewood House, is Firpark Ski Centre in Tillicoultry, a 120m dry ski slope. The ski centre offers skiing, snowboarding and blading for people of all levels of experience, with tuition given by experienced instructors. The ski centre also offers tubing for groups.

Go Ape (45mins drive from Inglewood House)

Located in the Trossachs, in heart of The Queen Elizabeth Forest Park, Go Ape in Aberfoyle offers 2 of the UKs longest zip wires. Go Ape Tree Top Adventure offers an obstacle course of 30 tree top challenges.