Since 1920, the BRLA has maintained a historic system of trails and
dirt roads which extend and connect more than 100 linear miles. Our
yellow blazed trails meander through Bedford, Bedford Hills, Bedford
Corners, Mt. Kisco, Katonah and the Pound Ridge areas. The BRLA is
actively engaged in the community in the preservation of "horse
country" and our unique, cherished, rural character.
We invite you to join as an Annual Riding, Walking or Supportive Member to help promote the BRLA and preserve the trail system winding through bucolic private and public land. It is only with everyone's participation that we can maintain this iconic network of walking and riding trails - a unique asset within our community.
To be a 2019 Appreciated Member of the BRLA, CLICK HERE for an online Membership Application.
Here for a downloadable Membership Application link to the online app on the membership page.
IMPORTANT TRAIL USE REMINDER....To ALL Riders & Walkers, to use the BRLA trails you must be a member.
If you have yet to renew
your 2019 membership, or wish to join, please
Also, an important reminder....our trails are easements across private and public property. It is very important for safety, courtesy as well as the use of our trails that all riders/walkers Stay On the Marked Trails. Please do not 'tour,' or approach buildings/structures/homes. Be respectful and polite to our landowners and others you may encounter. Thank you for being good custodians of our communities treasured BRLA trails.
Effective immediately we are closing the
trails surrounding Two Ponds Farm and Cantitoe Farm. These trails
are closed to all riders and walkers until further notice. Please
check back for a map showing the closure points.
Any questions can be directed to Lara Ward at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for your cooperation.
Trail Map updatd 11/1/18
The Bedford Riding Lanes Association maintains and develops the historic system of trails and dirt
roads which extend and connect more than 100 linear miles of trails in the
Bedford and Pound Ridge areas. The BRLA works to stimulate the interest
of the community in the preservation of "horse country" and our unique rural
Only by including in its membership all persons who use the trails, can BRLA effectively communicate it's ideals and fund the necessary equipment and personnel so that we can enjoy the proper use of our countryside.
Our continued success in these endeavors, and maintenance of the trail network is dependent on our efforts and your financial support.
It's time to RENEW Your BRLA Annual Membership or Please JOIN Us to support the BRLA Trails and events!
April 27th - Trail Clean Up
June 9th - Spring Country Pace