bridleway

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bridleway

a route which may be travelled by foot, on horseback or on a bicycle.
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Some 7,000 riders per year use this 300-kilometre network of bridle paths, which are installed with 200 automatic gates by the Reitweg-Netz der Freiberge (AREF), who have made equestrian tourism here possible.
Sue Rogers, Northumberland access officer for the BHS, contacted Berwick Council to ask for a 200m buffer zone between the wind farm and the three bridle paths near the proposed route.
IT'S July 27, a day when all bridle paths lead to Ascot and the running of the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Diamond stakes.
As their name suggests, green lanes are routes with a grassy base, such as footpaths or bridle paths which are not tarmaced, lined by banks, stone walls or hedgerows.
The numbers of fish within the net and bridle paths are equal to the fish density (D) multiplied by the path areas, that is,
I don't know how foot and mouth is spread, but I would think that if rights of way across pasture are to be closed then this ought to apply equally to footpaths and bridle paths.
The charming neighborhood, which includes the jogging and bridle paths of Central Park; exclusive residential Central Park West; nearby Lincoln Center for opera, ballet, music and theater, as well as many fine restaurants and private schools, makes a home at The Park Laurel a wonderful lifestyle buy.
Tank trails traverse Quantico's forests like bridle paths. When a large mudhole developed, foresters and military officers had to weigh the advantages of providing tank operators with hands-on experience in mud maneuvers versus the disadvantages of feeding sediment into an adjacent stream that drains into the Potomac River and ultimately into Chesapeake Bay.
The route is based on bridle paths around the park, which may not be accessible to all wheelchair users.
Dog mess on the pavement is far more common than horse dung on roads, and poor horse riders have nowhere to ride now except in more residential areas as there is no space or bridle paths left as Mr Jones' house is probably built on one!!
Operation Kick Start aims to stop youths riding bikes illegally through estates and on bridle paths in North Tyneside.
Running mainly along footpaths and bridle paths, it starts along a three-mile stretch of disused railway running from Prestatyn to Dyserth