The Lincolnshire Wolds
This network takes in the southern part of the Lincolnshire Wolds between Louth and Horncastle. The countryside comprises of rolling hills with big open skies, so the going is generally easy and you can cover the ground quickly. Some of the hills reach 500 feet above sea level - and there are wonderful views over the flatter land around the Humber estuary to the north and Lincoln cathedral to the south west. On a clear day, you can see right across the Wash to the North Norfolk coast!

The riding is seriously wonderful - there are very few gates because there's hardly any livestock, and there's very little traffic on the lanes, many of which are old drove roads with huge grassy verges.

2 and 3-day rides back-to-start. There's also a one-centre holiday with 3 petal or day rides. 4 day ride if you combine the 3-day ride with a petal ride at our one-centre location. Fairly gentle, rolling terrain. Good for mountain-biking and stables.

Beach Ride - We also have a riding permit from English Nature for the beach at Theddlethorpe to the north of Skegness. You need to box there to avoid the coast road, but you can add it as an extra day to any of the other rides on the network.