PPP 7 - ASTLEY BURF, STOURPORT ON SEVERN
Your host will ride with you from this destination if you wish or you can park and go discover the area around Astley Burf. There are miles of pretty bridleways to follow, one such ride takes you over Glasshampton Monastery and out towards Abberley Hills. Nearby is the stunning ruin of Witley Court. Some stages can be hilly but going is generally good. There are some very busy road to cross on occasions so do be careful.
PPP 8 - DRAYTON, BELBROUGHTON
From your parking point you can access miles of lovely riding. There is a good circular of bridleways incorporating quiet lanes and linking bridleways. Some gate work but on the whole an excellent area. Lovely views and quiet area with farmland and tracks to cross.
Belbroughton has some lovely big houses which can be seen from the bridleways. Enjoy your ride here and then relax and have a drink at our host parking, 4 acre orchard can be used for turnout if you wish to eat too.
PPP 9 - KYRE EQUESTRIAN, TENBURY WELLS
Based on the Worcester / Shropshire border, Kyre Equestrian gives access to the beautiful countryside around Tenbury Wells and Kyre Green. There is an amazing net work of bridleways to create some lovely rides in stunning scenery. There is also access to the Sabrina Way and the Three Rivers Ride. Overnight accommodation is also available by prior booking with the hosts.
PPP 10 - STANFORD BRIDGE, NR CLIFTON ON TEME
Nestled in the bottom of the Teme Valley, this PPP gives you access to a vast area to ride in. You can go over to Stockton and up towards Pensax, or cross over and enjoy the area around Sapey Common and Shelsey Walsh. Failing that you can go towards Shelsey Beauchamp and Birch Berrow. The choice is endless and the views as you climb up are fabulous.
PPP 11 – MURCOT
Situated just between Evesham and Broadway, Murcot is well suited for rides over the Cotswolds and along the quiet lanes. Wickhamford and Childswickham are also easily accessible as the Cotswolds are has many bridlepaths.
PPP 12- RADFORD, THE LENCHES
The Lenches is a very picturesque area just outside Evesham, with several villages all bearing the name 'Lench'. It's an area that sees visitors in the Spring as they come to see the Blossom Trail, when all the fruit trees in the orchards come into flower. It is also great to visit in the winter when you can see further as there are no leaves on the trees.