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National Nature Reserves: sites with horse riding or cycling access

Find out where the public access rules have been relaxed so that you can ride a horse or cycle on an NNR in England.

These maps show the areas or routes where you can ride a horse or cycle on an National Nature Reserve (NNR) in England.

Horse riding or cycling might be allowed on public rights of way on other NNRs in England. See the relevant Ordnance Survey map for more information.

Maps

  1. Ainsdale Sand Dunes NNR: public access for horse riding and cycling

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  2. Beacon Hill NNR: public access for horse riding and cycling

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  3. Castle Eden Dene NNR: public access for horse riding and cycling

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  4. Cavenham Heath NNR: public access for horse riding and cycling

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  5. East Dartmoor Woods and Heaths NNR: public access for horse riding and cycling

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  6. Ham Street Woods NNR: public access for horse riding and cycling

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  7. Humberhead Peatlands NNR: public access for cycling

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  8. Ingleborough NNR: public access for horse riding

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  9. Martin Down NNR: public access for horse riding and cycling

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  10. Pewsey Downs NNR: public access for horse riding and cycling

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  11. Stiperstones NNR: public access for horse riding and cycling

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  12. The Lizard NNR: public access for horse riding and cycling

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  13. Westleton Heath NNR: public access for horse riding and cycling

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  14. Wye NNR: public access for horse riding and cycling

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Published 5 November 2015
Last updated 2 December 2016 + show all updates
  1. 5 more sites added: Cavenham Heath; Ham Street Woods; Martin Down; Stiperstones; The Lizard.
  2. First published.