Useful Links


Shropshire council have an excellent Interactive Map showing mapping of bridleways, footpaths etc. in Shropshire  based on OS maps.

Interactive map

Permissive Routes

List of permissive routes with maps etc.


Shropshire Council Outdoor Recreation

Webpage –

Rights Of Way problem reporting  (has an on-line “feedback form) –
You can report problems by email to


Other Useful Support Groups

The Long Mynd & District Bridleways Association (LM&DBA) covers some of the most beautiful riding country in Shropshire including the The Long Mynd, Stretton Hills, Wenlock Edge, the dramatic Stiperstones, and the Clee Hills.


Learning To Horse Ride


Country Treks

Local BHS approved riding centre with access to a lot of routes including the Jack Mytton way. They are happy to answer any queries on routes they are using and can act as a guide if required.
Also if any local horsey people are interested in volunteering for Riding for the Disabled please give them a call in the office on 01746 718436 or visit their website to see what they get up to.


General Information

The main equestrian access organisations have come together to form the Equestrian Access Forum (EAF). These organisations are The British Horse Society, the Byways and Bridleways Trust, the British Driving Society, the National Federation of Bridleway Associations and the South Pennine Packhorse Trails Trust.

The EAF is responsible for implementing the ‘Access Actions’ of the Horse Industry Strategy, namely, Aim 5 ‘Increase access to off-road riding and carriage driving’. In this, the Forum is acting as an advocate for everyone who rides or drives a horse.

This document sets out the EAF’s proposals for the future provision of equestrian access in England.



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