Autumn walks near Bath and Bristol

Around Bristol and Bath you will be spoilt for choice for places to head for a walk. From the skyline overlooking Bath, woodland walks at Tyntesfield and the ancient pre-historic routes at Avebury there is plenty of variety.

Visiting information for this winter 

In England and Northern Ireland, our gardens, parks and countryside remain open for local people to exercise. Shops, houses and other indoor areas are closed, and cafés are takeaway only. The safety of our staff, volunteers and visitors from the nearby community remains our priority and we urge you to book your visits in advance and stay local. All places in Wales are currently closed. Please check the property webpage before you travel.

Standing Stones at Avebury

Avebury archaeology walk

Starting at the heart of the Avebury World Heritage Site, this walk takes you through the remains of the largest stone circle in the world and along the West Kennet Avenue into rolling chalk downland.

Bath Skyline in autumn colours

Bath Skyline walk

A 6-mile circular walk, just a short stroll from Bath city centre. Enter another world in the skyline hills above Bath, through meadows and ancient woodlands to secluded valleys.

Views through the parkland at Dyrham

Walking at Dyrham Park

The 270-acre parkland at Dyrham is a great place to explore the outdoors and enjoy a walk, whatever the time of year.

Lacock Abbey, Wiltshire, seen across the river.

Lacock riverside walk

Explore the medieval market village of Lacock and see beautiful views of Lacock Abbey as you follow the banks of the River Avon on this two-mile walk. This picturesque route takes you through the medieval village and out to the surrounding countryside.

The Palladian Bridge and Bath skyline seen from Prior Park Landscape Garden

Prior Park walk

Take in views, meander through the summerhouse glade and walk over the world famous Palladian Bridge from this secret landscape garden.