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National park gets safer bridleway

National park gets safer bridleway

Posted 15 November 2012
A new stretch of bridleway has been opened in the Yorkshire Dales, keeping walkers and riders away from a busy main road.
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Forest enhancements 'good news for walkers and riders'

Forest enhancements 'good news for walkers and riders'

Posted 11 October 2012
The Forestry Commission is embarking on a project to make a forest in Wales more user-friendly for walkers, cyclists and horse riders.
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Hidden part of Lake District opened up

Hidden part of Lake District opened up

Posted 25 September 2012
A pair of new bridges will increase access to a largely unknown corner of the Lake District.
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Peak District in trails consultation move

Peak District in trails consultation move

Posted 10 August 2012
A consultation is being held with members of the public who may ride or walk on four trails in the Peak District.
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Funding boost for Scottish national parks

Funding boost for Scottish national parks

Posted 28 June 2012
Scotland's national parks are to benefit from more public funding - which is good news for walkers, riders and anglers.
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Pennine Bridleway finally opens

Pennine Bridleway finally opens

Posted 13 June 2012
The Pennine Bridleway has been formally opened by horse lover and actor Martin Clunes.
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Society celebrates 'milestone' ruling

Society celebrates 'milestone' ruling

Posted 11 April 2012
A legal battle over a bridleway has shown that the struggle for access to the outdoors is an ongoing one.
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Brecon Beacons a top tip for outdoor fun

Brecon Beacons a top tip for outdoor fun

Posted 21 March 2012
The Brecon Beacons may have more to it than some outdoor lovers realise.
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South Pennines walk and ride site launched

South Pennines walk and ride site launched

Posted 20 March 2012
A new website has been launched to publicise the walking and riding that can be enjoyed in a part of the world famous for the Batty's and the Bronte's.
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National park gains equestrian award

National park gains equestrian award

Posted 6 December 2011
A national park has gained an award for opening up new routes to horse riders this year.
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Peak District to offer more protection from off-roaders

Peak District to offer more protection from off-roaders

Posted 5 December 2011
A national park authority is setting aside finds to tackle the menace of illegal off-roading.
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Go Outdoors activity site to champion outdoor activities

Go Outdoors activity site to champion outdoor activities

Posted 23 November 2011
Go Outdoors is launching a new website for outdoor lovers looking for adventure, offering thousands of things to do and places to stay.
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Army bridge creates new Lake District route

Army bridge creates new Lake District route

Posted 18 November 2011
A new route for riders and walkers has been created in the Lake District.
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Open Spaces Society creates new award

Open Spaces Society creates new award

Posted 3 November 2011
The Open Spaces Society is creating a new award for people who try to ensure public access.
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New ford will help riders in the Dales

New ford will help riders in the Dales

Posted 19 October 2011
Horse riders will find a bridleway in the Yorkshire Dales easier to negotiate after a new ford was constructed across a stream.
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Second award for bridge

Second award for bridge

Posted 18 October 2011
A bridge built as part of a new national trail has picked up an unexpected second design award.
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New bridge for walkers and riders wins award

New bridge for walkers and riders wins award

Posted 5 October 2011
A huge new bridge to help walkers, cyclists and horse riders cross a river in the Yorkshire Dales has won a national award and may be set for another.
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National parks launch rights-of way survey

National parks launch rights-of way survey

Posted 16 September 2011
People who walk or ride on public rights of way in Welsh national parks are being asked for their views on how these are managed.
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Riders get new Peak routes

Riders get new Peak routes

Posted 27 June 2011
A new series of riding routes has been established along the haunts of a notorious Derbyshire highwayman.
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Come to the Lakes, forest panel urged

Come to the Lakes, forest panel urged

Posted 14 June 2011
Future policy on England's forests should not be devised without those responsible for it visiting the Forest of the Lake District first, campaigners have said.
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