A network of horse riding trails across the Forest of Dean also suitable for walkers and leisure cyclists, connected by quiet country lanes.

Before You Go

Before You Go

Our guide to using the Greenway routes will help you be fully prepared before you set off… whether you’re a horse rider, leisure cyclist, carriage driver or walker.

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Route Maps

Route Maps

From Dymock and Blaisdon to Huntley and Blakeney, we’ve provided access to detailed maps of all four Greenways, plus ideas for connecting routes.

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While You’re Here

While You're Here

Stay the night, stop off for something to eat, visit a local point of interest… we’ve provided some useful links to help you get the most out of your trip.

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Funders and Supporters

The Forest of Dean Greenway Project is a genuine local community initiative led by a group of unpaid volunteers from the Forest of Dean and District Horse Riders and Carriage Drivers Association and grant-aided by the Forest of Dean Local Action Group and the Gloucestershire Environmental Trust.

Horse riders, leisure cyclists and walkers can now enjoy some 30 miles of high-quality and inter-connected woodland tracks contained within four individual Greenway routes linked by quiet country lanes to local towns, villages, tourist attractions, hotels, pubs, equestrian centres and rural businesses… all thanks to the funding and support of the following organisations. Visit our Funders and Supporters page for more information.

Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs Logo
Forest of Dean Local Action Group Logo
European Union Logo
Gloucestershire Environmental Trust Logo
British Horse Society Logo
The Forestry Commission logo
The Forest of Dean and District Horse Riders' and Carriage Drivers' Association logo
Gloucestershire County Council Public Rights of Way Team Logo
The Trails Trust logo

The Greenways project is supported by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development: Europe investing in rural areas. Part funded by the Gloucestershire Environmental Trust with landfill tax contribution donated by Cory Environmental.

A British Horse Society Affiliated Bridleway Group.

The inset photo top right under the While You’re Here heading is published courtesy of Gloucestershire Media.