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Explore the county of Nottinghamshire on horseback
As well as exploring quiet lanes, horse riders can also make use of Nottinghamshire’s network of designated routes. There are a few rules though; you must stick to the marked bridleways and byways as it's illegal to ride on a footpath. Bridleways are often marked with blue arrows and byways with red arrows. They're clearly marked on Ordnance Survey Landranger and Explorer maps. For more information on where you can ride a horse visit the Nottinghamshire County Council website.
Bestwood Country Park has bridleways marked with signs stating ‘TRAIL’, which are also open to walkers and cyclists. If you’re bringing a horse box, please contact the rangers who will be able to advise you where to park.