Walking, cycling and horse riding routes
Horse riding routes
Hacking or trekking, you'll be able to see a lot of what South Lanarkshire has to offer from horseback.
Start exploring with our guide to Riding in Lanarkshire.
This has route maps with descriptions for the following routes:
- Falls of Clyde, Lanark - a figure of eight loop along the Clyde Valley
- The Differick - a bird's eye view of Clydesdale
- Broken Cross Muir - the old drove road on which this route is based has been in use for centuries
- Lesmahagow circular ride - along quiet lanes, hard tracks and a disused railway
- Biggar-Broughton-Skirling circular route - attractive with two-thirds off-road
- Forth and Wilsontown - a network of paths, including disused railway lines, forest tracks and other paths
- The Beeches, Lanark - one of the routes used in the Riding of the Marches during Lanimers
- Other off-road riding routes at Douglas and Whitelee Wind Farm
- British Horse riding routes
- Forestry Commission Scotland