Slip into the saddle and enjoy these beautiful places where you can go horse riding, from a unique perspective.
Follow the many bridle paths on the estate to enjoy spring on horseback.
Blickling is the perfect place to get active and explore the great outdoors in Norfolk with some wonderful routes for horses and their riders.
Being on horseback is one of the best ways to see the Brecon Beacons, where you can wander at your own pace along the network of permitted bridleways and soak up the views.
Castle Ward offers five enjoyable trails for riders, with a choice of difficulty and distance. There's something for everyone, with amazing scenery to enjoy.
You're spoilt for choice at Clumber Park in Nottinghamshire, with woodland and parkland spots for your rides.
There's day permits for beach riding or a network of bridleways across this Dorset heathland and chalk ridge to enjoy all year round.
There are plenty of routes across the wider nature reserve for horse riders to enjoy.
Arlington Court and the National Trust Carriage Museum has lots of opportunities for horse lovers to get involved - you can even volunteer as an equine ranger.