Riding on Exmoor
Horse riding is a popular way of exploring Exmoor. Whether
riding on your own, with friends or as part of an organised trek, the
views of moorland and wildlife are stunning.
Exmoor is crossed by many tracks and bridleways, many through
very remote spots. One rider described his beast as 'the best four-wheel
drive there is!'
There are many places where you can hire horses and equipment, or where
you can stable your own horse if you are fortunate enough to own one.
Of course, riding holidays are available, and lessons can be provided
for beginners or whose who need a little help.
Examples are Periton
Park Riding Stables, Knowle
Farm, and Porlock
Vale. Alternatively, you may like to investigate Pine Lodge Riding Holidays on Exmoor, or 'Holidays
Exmoor Riding Holidays - click button for info.
There are over 6100 km of public rights of way in Somerset. They are comprised of footpaths, bridleways, restricted byways and a few byways open to all traffic. Several of these paths are promoted as part of popular regional or national trails, such as the Coleridge Way, River Parrett Trail, South West Coast Path and West Somerset Coast Path.
Click on the Somerset logo for more information.