Walking in Bath and Bristol
There's plenty to discover on a walk in and around Bath and Bristol, from strolls through secluded valleys and meanders through historic estates, to expansive views over Bath and the Cotswold hills.
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.
As well as woodland, this circular walk takes you to Tyntesfield highlights including the kitchen garden, rose garden, holly walk and Home Farm.
The shorter of the available trails at Tyntesfield, this route loops around the house and up the terraces and Holly Walk. Perfect for a gentle stroll that takes less than an hour.
The Prospect Walk at Dyrham Park guides you to the best points around the parkland to enjoy views across the Cotswold hills and the Bristol Channel.
A 3 mile circular walk from Bath city centre out to the countryside of the Bath Skyline. Stunning views, hidden waterways and Georgian history await families and explorers.
This walk passes through ancient woodland with flowers aplenty, especially in spring when the bluebells are out and meanders into a hay field full of oxeye daisies in May and June.
Explore a wilderness of tranquillity set against Brunel's famous suspension bridge.
The 270-acre parkland at Dyrham is a great place to explore the outdoors and enjoy a walk, whatever the time of year.
Enjoy a gentle circular walk through ancient woodland and plantations on the Tyntesfield Estate, with plenty of wildlife to spot on the route.
Discover Tyntesfield’s forgotten past on this circular walk, taking you through an avenue of monkey puzzle trees, a summerhouse and Second World War remains.