Well our trails are almost all exclusively on private property, sometimes with conservation easements and rights-of-way, and we do have access to several miles of government-controlled flood plain as well. Very definitely we have some trails a lot more rugged than others, there's a sort of hierarchy among the horse people depending on who will routinely ride what trails, a couple of us who will take our horses over and through almost anything. Or you can stick to maintained trails and dirt roads with good predictable footing.
We have a lot of steep, wet and rocky areas and not everyone likes to ride them, but me and my friends do!
Plus some of us know trails usually near our homes that other riders might not be aware of, and we sometimes get possessive about 'our' trails (even though we don't own them) and try not to share them because they can get closed by the land owner in a heartbeat, or a hoofbeat.
don't worry, spiders, I keep house casually.
~ Kobayashi Issa
(1763 - 1827)