Denbighshire is a great place to explore on horseback, whether it be the wooded lanes and pastures of the wide Vale of Clwyd or the open moorlands and mountain tracks of the Clwydian Range and Dee Valley.
There are over 183km of Bridleway in Denbighshire, which, when combined with the byways that are also open to horse riders, adds up to over 200km of trails available to ride.
Bridleways are waymarked with a blue arrow, and walkers, cyclists and horse riders have a right to use them. Carriage driving is permitted on byways, but not on bridleways.
The British Horse Society is the UK's leading equestrian membership charity working for the welfare and access of every horse and rider. Denbighshire is represented by the North East Wales area.
Ride the Range
A challenging 28km ride around the Moel Famau Country Park area, the ride is off the beaten track, and will take you along tracks, fields, minor roads and through woodland, across fields and hills. This is a route for confident riders who can navigate around the countryside. Parking at Moel Famau Country Park (Lower end of Moel Fenlli). SJ188573
Ride the Range KML File
A KML file for elecronic devices.