Mecklenburg-Vorpommern offers many opportunities to explore nature with your four-legged friend. In many places there are riding and driving trails in the individual regions, which offer plenty of variety and are wonderfully suitable for recreation. In the forests of the country riding is allowed on designated riding trails.
Riding trails according to riding regions
A total of more than 6,400 kilometers of bridle paths have been designated in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. The following five regions have particularly adapted to four-legged guests and developed the local infrastructure accordingly.
In the heart of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania lies the Goldberg-Mildenitz region. The 300 kilometers of signposted bridle paths are ideal for all those who want to go on horseback.
- Mecklenburg ParkLand
The Mecklenburg ParkLand in Mecklenburg Switzerland is by no means flat land. Over centuries, the cultural and natural landscape has become a treasure whose beauty and adventure we can discover and appreciate on horseback today. Among the locals it is called the "little meadowland" of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.
- County Ludwigslust-Parchim
In the southwest of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, the second largest district stretches from the Schaalsee to the Elde River, between the towns of Plate in the north, Neustadt-Glewe in the south, Mirow in the west and Spornitz in the east.
- Demminer Land and Lake Kummerow
A breath of freedom - this is how horseback riding in the Demminer Land and around the Kummerower See can be described. In the varied landscape with its numerous lakes, wooded areas and meadows, about 590 kilometers of bridle paths invite guests and horse lovers to explore nature.
- Rostock Heath
In the Rostock Heath there are about 60 kilometers of bridle paths leading through one of the last large closed forest areas on the German Baltic coast.