Those who like to ride mountain bikes
or don a riding hat
in the Dartmoor National Park have been invited to help develop a leaflet encouraging others to enjoy the great outdoors.
Dartmoor National Park Authority is teaming up with the Mosaic project - a body set up to encourage more people from ethnic minority groups to visit national parks - to provide extra information on leisure activities for groups lacking it, such as 16 to 25-year-olds.
The authority said the project will not only encourage more visitors but also help it to provide better services.
Project co-ordinator Milan Recknagel stated: "A leaflet is being produced to provide guidance, top tips and exciting one to two-hour routes for new users and anyone looking for short but intense rides."
Such a development may help create better facilities for riders of horses and bikes alike.
As well as providing good riding conditions, Dartmoor also offers walkers the highest ground in southern England, with High Willhays being 2,039 ft (621 m) above sea level.
Posted by Dan Mirza