Where to Ride?
Listed below from Natural England are the 15 Bridleways, Public rights of Way covering Leicestershire & Rutland. To see a full list covering "Search for a Walk or Ride", please click here. It is most important that you check the expiry date of the Permissive Path to make sure it is still open for you to ride.
WHO TO CONTACT - IN ALL CASES, the EXACT location of the problem will be needed. Bridleway and Highway systems usually have maps for this but if not give a grid reference (at least 6 figures preceded by the 2 relevant letters - see OS maps for instructions). Take care at or near County Boundaries! Please send a copy email to: firstname.lastname@example.org so that the LRBA can chase if necessary. If you are reporting to the Police, please also report to the BHS on https://www.bhs.org.uk/our-work/safety/report-an-incident. To view our list of contact details, please click here and then click on the link you need for your County and type of problem.
Other Places to Ride. Included are details of current HLS, click on the name to get more information, along with some helpful links to some Country Parks and The Midshires Way. Some more helpful places can be found on our Links page. If you need to know how to Calculate a Grid Reference, this will link will take you to a great website that tells you how to.
Listed below are some Coutry Parks that allow horse riders. If you know of any other Parks that are not listed that you think we should add, please get in touch with email@example.com giving as much information as possible.
Longer Distance Rides
Rides that extend to outside of the "Leicestershire & Rutland" County Borders
Midshires Way PDF
You should find all the information you need in the various sections of this website; but if you feel something is missing and there is more you feel we need to include, then please get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We'd love to hear from you, do come and visit us again soon and we hope to see you at one of our events.