The circular path starts at the crossroads to Ouaisné and Belcroute and loops back from a point about half way to the headland.
Although part of the bridle path will be shared by walkers and horseriders, the majority of the three-quarter mile route is separate.
The path has been created by Environment and Public Services in response to walkers concerns about the state of the existing path network and safety.
Countryside manager John Pinel said: ‘Safety is obviously one of the most important issues in a popular area such as Noirmont.
This new bridle path has been constructed with this in mind but also allows greater public access than before.’