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Horse Riding

Some areas of State forest are very well suited to horse riding. Our forests are quiet and scenic so even the horses should enjoy the activity.

The excellent road systems within many of our forests means that you can get a car and float into areas where on horseback, this would be lengthy or difficult process.

Old trails and tracks of years gone by lead off main forest roads and provides a pleasant setting for a ride any time of the year.


Tas Trail   Northern
Stoodley Forest   Northern
Beulah/Gog State Forest   Northern
Wielangta   East
Woodsdale   East
Tas Trail   Southern
Tahune   Southern
Tas Trail   Central
Dromedary Access key required Central
Strahan In the pine plantations West Coast
Dial Range   North West
Mawbanna   North West

Many of the better tracks are in the radiata pine plantations, especially on the west coast.

The Tasmanian Trail is the best known long distance trail for horses and much of this trail is on State forest between Devonport and Dover. New loops are being added periodically, so get the updates and the book and enjoy.

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