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Bluebells growing on the Tyntesfield estate
Bluebells growing on the Tyntesfield estate | © National Trust / Alana Wright
Bath & Bristol

Tyntesfield Tynings walk

This gentle walk passes through ancient woodland, where there are plenty of flowers to see in the spring and meanders into a hay field full of oxeye daisies in May and June.

Total steps: 6

Total steps: 6

Start point

Tyntesfield car park, grid ref: ST502717

Step 1

Leave from the top left-hand corner of the car park and turn left. Follow the track until you reach a waymark post.

Step 2

Turn left down into the wood, an ancient woodland called Truckle Wood. Follow the path through the woods until you come out on a wide grass track.

Step 3

Turn right down the track to a small gate on your left. Enter the field called Tynings.

Step 4

Follow the field edge round to your right along the bottom of the field. Now follow the mown path up alongside Lime Avenue. which was planted in the late 1880s.

Step 5

Turn left in the field corner and continue following the edge of the field.

Step 6

Follow this track back to the car park.

End point

Tyntesfield car park, grid ref: ST502717

Trail map

A map of the Tyntesfield Tynings walk
Map route for the Tyntesfield Tynings walk | © Crown copyright and database rights 2013 Ordnance Survey

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