Riding is permitted on private roads and trails in the lowlands, and anywhere in the mountains.
You can ride your horse wherever there is a right of public access. You may also ride across fenced land on private roads and established paths leading to open country, although organized groups and commercial users are not allowed to do so. Just be sure that the road, path or terrain you are using is suitable for horse traffic. Some greenbelt land, recreational areas and nature reserves may have special rules or even a complete ban on riding. Check whether there are designated bridle paths in the area. In the case of large-scale organized use of open country by riding schools and similar establishments you are advised to seek an agreement with the landowner. Note that landowners may refuse to allow horse-drawn vehicles to use private roads.
When riding in open country, remember: