There is lots to explore. North Yorkshire has more than 10,000km of public rights of way and offers off-road routes for cyclists and equestrians.
Nidderdale AONB has more than 170km of bridleways – with opportunities for horse riders of all abilities. To explore the local horse riding routes and bridleways in this corner of Yorkshire, the Ordnance Survey (OS) Explorer 297 or 298 maps, cover most of the AONB.
View horse and bike rides on a map
|Marske circulars||6 to 13 miles|
|Richmond to Marske link||4 miles|
|Harkerside circulars||8 to 11 miles|
|Carlton circular||9 miles|
|Thornton Watlass circular||10 miles|
|Langthwaite circulars||5 to 9 miles|
|All six northern Yorkshire Dales rides||various|
For more information on Public Rights of Way see North Yorkshire County Council.
For information on riding opportunities in Yorkshire, visit Ride Yorkshire.
Ride Yorkshire is a social enterprise providing horsey experiences for disadvantaged children or adults.
You can find information about accommodation, routes, excellent riding & trekking centres.