The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority has received an award for its efforts to make the area more accessible for horse riders.
Visitors to the area coming with their riding helmets will be able to enjoy eight miles of signposted off-road tracks established by the national park authority earlier this year and this has led to it receiving the National Park most active in opening up equestrian routes award from the British Horse Society.
The authority also managed to open up the 10km Castlemartin Range Trail in the national park in partnership with the Ministry of Defence, with this trail also being open to walkers and cyclists.
National park authority director Jane Gibson said: "We know that Riding Clubs affiliated to The British Horse Society are already using the facilities and are benefitting from this wonderful off-road riding with fabulous scenery too."
The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park covers an area of 621 sq km and has 418 km of coastline.