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Horse riding in Shropshire

Shropshire has over 600 miles of byways and bridleways, crisscrossing their way through the countryside. If you want to find out about the best places to walk, trot or canter.

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Shropshire has over 600 miles of byways and bridleways, crisscrossing their way through the countryside. If you want to find out about the best places to walk, trot or canter.

Shropshire has over 600 miles of byways and bridleways, crisscrossing their way through the countryside. If you want to find out about the best places to walk, trot or canter see horse riding in Shropshire. In the south we have the horse-friendly peaks of the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty; in the north, a varied lowland of canals, rivers, meres and mosses giving way to the ancient hills of the Shropshire-Wales border.

We are blessed with over 600 miles of byways and bridleways, crisscrossing their way through the stunning countryside.

There are a number of promoted long distance routes, such as the Jack Mytton Way, which can be tackled in sections, as well as many different circular routes of varying lengths taking in the tremendously varied countryside of Shropshire.

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