Horseback riding is allowed everywhere in the northern part of the state forest, except on burial mounds and other ancient monuments. The regular rules for state forests apply to this part of the forest.
In the southern part of the forest, south of the residence of a forest supervisor called Mosskovgård (east) and a forest guard place Mørkehus (west), horseback riding is only allowed on marked trails. These trails have been marked with a yellow horseshoe. The restriction of horseback riding, in this area, is due to the animal life, including the red deer.
Regulations for riding in state forest:
You may usually horseback ride at a walk, trot or tölt on asphalt roads, paved roads and gravel roads, which is wider than 2.5 meters, and on other roads with permission signs. You may also ride on forest floor, however, not in areas with new plant and trees. It is prohibited to ride on burial mounds, ancient monument, the forests fields, and enclosures etc.