Our team works hard to defend, extend and promote safe, easily accessible off-road riding for everyone, but we could not do this without the help of our dedicated local Access and Bridleways Officers.
Find your local Access officer
Whether you want the challenge of an epic long-distance ride, a route for your fundraising fun ride, a holiday on horseback, or just a change of scenery closer to home, we can help you find somewhere safe to ride.
Frequently asked questions
Launch new routes and fundraise to defend endangered rights of way for riders and carriage drivers
Respond to consultations on behalf of all equestrians
Provide localised advice, support and assistance through our network of dedicated Access Officers
We know there’s nothing better than riding out with friends, or just enjoying the company of your horse in the open air.
We are committed to defending and increasing such opportunities by recording legal rights, preserving and reinstating routes, and creating new rights for every rider and carriage driver.
Access in the news
The BHS works hard on your behalf to promote and secure the provision, protection and preservation of rights of way and access for ridden and driven horses over highways, byways, bridleways, and other land. Help us make this work go further:
Want to have fun and help develop access in your area?
What The Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003 means for equestrians