Lancashire has more than 240 miles of bridleways.
Horses can be ridden on bridleways, byways, roads used as public paths, and unclassified roads, but not on footpaths. Riding routes will be waymarked with the blue (bridleway) or red (byway) arrows, and should be signposted where they leave the road.
Horse drawn carriages can only be driven on byways and some roads used as public paths and unclassified roads.
You can find the routes of these rights of way on the public rights of way map.