Only a short stroll from the city centre, enter another world, onto the skyline hills above Bath and beyond, through meadows and ancient woodlands to secluded valleys.
Savour the magnificent views down into the picturesque city of Bath and stroll through hidden valleys, woodlands and meadows, all rich in wildlife.
Stunning views, hidden waterways and Georgian history. You'll find simple step-by-step instructions here.
We've put together a guide to getting to Little Solsbury Hill.
Fairies, geocaches and 50 Things wait for you in the woods on Claverton Down. There's a pushchair friendly 2 mile walk, or a natural play area to run around in.
Completing the Bath Skyline walk burns as much energy as playing 90 minutes of football, according to new research by the University of Bath.
Little Solsbury Hill is a lesser known corner of the Skyline. Discover its iron age history and diverse wildlife.
What are you doing in the next 1½ hours? Our short walk has stunning views, hidden waterways and Georgian history – all in a short walk that you can fit into a busy itinerary.
Discover an Iron Age hill fort, 18th-century follies, hidden valleys, tranquil woodlands and meadows all with an array of flora and fauna. Take a virtual tour.
There's no excuse to stay in and watch TV when you have the whole Skyline to discover. We've got some great ideas for activities outdoors.
A guide to interesting features - historical, architectural and natural - to look out for on the Bath Skyline.
Seasonal activities and winter fun for families to enjoy in the countryside around Bath and the Bath Skyline.
Our rare grassland offers a stunning variety of wildflowers. Find out why it is so important, and what to see, when.
Read the story from the Bath Skyline geocache.
Can you find all 15 fairy doors at the Fairy Foray on the Bath Skyline's Family Discovery Trail.
With wildlife to discover, spectacular views to admire, events to take part in and much more, there's so much to keep visitors of all ages busy at Bath Skyline.