Walks near Bath and Bristol

Around Bristol and Bath you will be spoilt for choice for places to head for a local walk. From the skyline overlooking Bath to the woodland walks at Tyntesfield.

The view across the park at Dyrham Park

Self-led walking trails at Dyrham Park

There are acres of ancient parkland, formal gardens and woodland terraces waiting to be discovered. Our downloadable walking trails will take you on a journey through history, under trees and to the best spots for sweeping vistas. Why not discover more this season?

Sunrise over Silbury Hill

Around Silbury Hill

This walk takes you around one of the most important sites in the World Heritage Site. Silbury Hill is the largest prehistoric man-made mound in Europe and was built between 4,400 and 4,300 years ago. It would have taken hundreds of people working continually for several years to build Silbury Hill, using only stone and bone tools.

A refreshing walk with the whole family

Estate walks

Explore more of Newark Park during your visit. From the main car park there are three way-marked walks around the estate.

Grazing cows on the Tyntesfield estate

Tyntesfield park walk

Take in the views of the gardens at Tyntesfield before returning gently uphill, along the main drive, and past some wonderful trees and buildings.

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.

Summer wildflower meadows are speckled with colour

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.