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Wide open space overlooking the World Heritage City of Bath
Explore the Bath Skyline along six miles of way-marked footpaths.
Discover hidden valleys, rich in limestone flowers and tranquil beech woodlands, interspersed with extensive views over Bath and out towards the Blackdown Hills.
The Iron Age fort on Little Solsbury Hill offers the perfect vantage point for spectacular views over Bath.
The limestone grassland slopes support a variety of plants and attract a number of butterflies.
The skylark has also made its home here. Listen out for their distinctive song, a warbling of short trills, in late spring.
What are you doing in the next 1½ hours? Enjoy stunning views, hidden waterways and uncover Georgian history – all in a short walk that you can fit into a busy itinerary. You can find out more about it here or download the printer friendly PDF below.
Help us keep our countryside beautiful for everyone to enjoy
- Please be responsible and 'bag and bin' your dog waste; you're welcome to use any general waste bin
- Be aware cows do graze in Bathwick fields in the autumn for wildflower meadow conservation
Take a look at our dog awareness leaflet (pdf)
Get out and about in the cool autumn air and enjoy the spectacular views of the Bath Skyline along the way. Did you know this walk is as 'energetic' as a football match? It is also the most downloaded walk in the National Trust. Follow our trail map and discover the scenic 6 miles for yourself.