Places To Ride

Looking for a new adventure out hacking? Here are some favourite submissions.
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Shouldham woods

Shouldham woods are owned by the Stow Estate but managed by the Forestry Commission, an undulating site on the edge of the fens with two healthy woodland walks. Remnants of an historic spring on top of the hill are indicated by a Rhododendron avenue. Horse Riding There is an ‘open access’ policy for people taking…

Holkham Estate

Holkham Estate welcomes responsible horse riders to the wide open expanse of Holkham beach. In addition to the sandy beach there are areas that are special for wildlife but vulnerable and easily damaged. Please help us to protect this internationally important nature reserve by observing the following:- Access to the beach is from the end…

Stanton Rides

The Stanton Rides are located approximately 10 miles from Bury St Edmunds, Thetford and Diss. The beauty of the Stanton Rides is that you can explore as much or as little as you wish. It might be a little ambitious to try to complete the whole network in one day but the three different loops…

The Newmarket Rides

The Newmarket Rides are located around the villages of Moulton, Gazeley and Barrow between Newmarket and Bury St Edmunds. A landscape of rolling chalk valleys, pockets of ancient woodland, seasonal streams and picture perfect clusters of thatched lime-washed cottages – the area between Newmarket and Bury St Edmunds is special in so many ways. With…

Ivanhoe Way at Swannington Common

Swannington Common

Starting out This ride is perfect for those wanting a relaxing hack, with plenty of opportunities for some fast work. This route takes roughly two and a half hours if you’re doing a bit at speed, although using the Marriot’s Way allows you to lengthen or shorten the ride to suit whatever you fancy that…