Ruby Country is an area of rural west Devon squeezed between Dartmoor, Exmoor and the north coasts of Devon and Cornwall. Ride the Ruby Country is a joint project led by Ruby Country Partnership to develop and publish horse riding, walking and cycling routes of the local area.
Bring your horse on holiday with you, hike through the beautiful countryside or cycle through the area. A great place to take your family or that special someone, or even just yourself for a beautiful and relaxing trip. With places for camping, bed and breakfasts and more, Ruby Country has everything that you need.
Ruby Country is a great place to take a sustainable holiday or short break, with much more to discover, in a peaceful and beautiful location.
Ruby Country is a great place to bring your horse on holiday for a ride. If you are looking to discover new places and environments to ride with your own horse, Ruby Country is the place to do it. Working with local places, there are now over eight different places where you and your horse can both stay.
With 6 great trails that you can discover-
Walking in Ruby Country is a popular activity. A new series of walks can be discovered that allow you to explore the towns, villages and countryside of Ruby Country. The only way to truly discover the landscape, its nature and heritage is to leave the car behind and do something healthy for free.
There are many routes that you can take. A selection are;
If you are after a great cycling holiday in order to get away from it all, Ruby Country is a great place in which to experience nature. There are many different routes and trails in the area, including Ruby Way and National Cycle Route 3. If you want something a bit quieter though, there are also many quiet lanes and tracks. Ruby Way also links with the Tarka Trail.
Ruby Country is developing a new range of routes for you to try, but in the meantime you can enjoy the beautiful Roadford Lake, Tamar Lakes, Cookworthy Forest and more.
Cycling holidays are are great family holiday idea, as you can all go at a relaxed pace while you enjoy the beautiful views. With many places to stop and have a bite to eat and a drink, why not start organising your trip today?