bridle path

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bridle path, riding trail

A path, cleared and compacted, reserved for riding horses and barred to vehicles.
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Turn sharp right - signposted bridleway - just before the gates that lead out on to the car park by the Fosse Way and follow the farm track.
Therefore, how can this be an "ancient" bridleway when it has only been in existence for seven years?
The Countryside Commission, who were responsible for planning Britain's first long-distance bridleway, were taking a long time to get their act together and the project needed a boost.
Barnsley metropolitan borough council (the council) is looking to appoint a contractor to construct the next phase of the pennine way bridleway trail between langsett and underbank that will involve the design and build of four structures including associated maintenance works.
And Rights of Way officers point out that three years before the current application to divert the footpath was received Bridgend County Borough Council (BCBC) made the decision to upgrade Footpath 17 to a bridleway. But it never happened due to "resource issues" within the council.
3 At the junction of the tracks at the bottom, carry straight on the bridleway towards Witchampton and continue past King Down Farm.
THE February meeting of the Woodhouse and Woodhouse Eaves Local History Group was entitled 'Ancient Footpaths, Bridleways and Green Lanes'.
The Kirklees Bridleways Group (KBG) wants the Myers Group to give permission for a bridleway through Honley Woods, which it owns.
The Order is required to allow works to be carried out on or near the Bridleway. 4.
Take the public bridleway at the side of the Old Keepers Lodge about 20 metres away.
The Society claims that the sport, in which two people are strapped into a giant inflatable ball and rolled down a hill, is ruining their use of an ancient bridleway and making it impossible to ride horses safely in the area.