Horse riding in the forest

by Rhian
(Conwy )

Hi

I have been wanting to bring my horse to newbrough forest but where do you park and
What route do you take xxx
Thank you
Rhian McFadden

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Newborough Forest
by: William

Hi Rhian

Thank you for writing to Anglesey Hidden Gem.com.

I will assume that you know the junction in Newbiwrch (Newborough) for getting down to Llanddwyn Beach and the village shop that is opposite.

Well, with the shop on your right and the road down to Llanddwyn on your left, drive forward and out of town in the direction of Malltraeth.

After about a half mile the forest comes to the road on your left. Pass the obvious straight forestry track on your left and you will come to a rightward sweeping curve to the road. Immediately on your left you will see that there is a parking space.

There is parking there and a space for holding your horse while you prepare. I am not horse technical but it looks like a wooden coral, like in the western movies.

If you happen to drive past, you should be able to reverse turn at the other end of the the Malltraeth Cob that leads you into the village of Malltraeth.

I hope that this is clear. Basically, drive north out of Niwbwrch, hit the forest and it's on your left left right on the corner.

Pleased to have helped.

Have fun and thank you for writing in.

William Gerwyn

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