Uk footpath bridleway and byway maps view map my location where will you discover whether youre on holiday or out enjoying your local area footpathmapcouk gives you access to a detailed set of uk right of way routes on your phone tablet and computer 140000 miles of footpaths in the uk 20000 miles of bridleways in the uk 16000. A right of way is a path that anyone has the legal right to use on foot and sometimes using other forms of transport public footpaths are normally open only to walkers public bridleways are open to walkers horse riders and cyclists. A road used as public path rupp was one of the three types of public right of way along with footpaths and bridleways introduced by the national parks and access to the countryside act 1949 the countryside act 1968 required all highway authorities to reclassify rupps in their area occasionally as public footpaths but in practice generally as public bridleways unless public vehicular rights were demonstrated to exist in which case it would become a byway open to all traffic. Rights of way in england wales and northern ireland public rights of way are marked with signs or coloured arrows for example yellow for footpaths blue for bridleways you can find the route of
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