The Haard is a unique experience for horse and rider: here you ride through fairytale forests and over seven mountains. Pure riding pleasure in free nature and landscape awaits all horse lovers on 250 kilometres of specially developed and linked bridle paths.
In the south of the Münsterland horse region lies the extensive forest and hilly landscape of the Haard. With a good 55 square kilometres, it is the largest contiguous forest area and the ideal riding arena in the middle of one of Germany's largest nature parks, the Hohe Mark.
Hike the Stimberg on the Seven Mountains Trail and look far across the forest and floodplain landscape. There are also exciting views from mountain heaps, old winding towers and other sites of industrial culture close by.
In the Haard riding arena you can experience nature with your horse on varied tours of all levels of difficulty. Drop by for an afternoon ride or plan your first extended day tour right away. And because the network of trails is so closely meshed and well connected, you can always change or extend your route spontaneously. An important plus: All connecting routes of the Münsterland Riding Route are signposted and marked with GPS coordinates for riding routing.