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A-Z of WALKS and CATEGORIES

Bristol

Trails for purchase include: [1] Deadly Bristol Trail - - - : [2] The Secret Cemetery Trail - - - : [3] Sculpture Trail - - - : [4] Howard's Trail - - - : [5] Makers of Bristol Trail


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'The Bristol & Bath Railway Path was constructed on the bed of the former Midland Railway by cycling charity Sustrans between 1979 and 1986 ... Today the Path is owned by Bristol City ...
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'1. Along the Harbour (Prince Street to Cumberland Basin) ... 2. Along the Harbour 2 (Junction Lock to Prince Street Bridge) ... 3. The New Cut (Prince Street Bridge to Cumberland Basin) ... 4. The ...
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Every Tuesday: 'A' Walk of 7-9 miles; 'B' Walk of 5-6 miles; Every Saturday: There is a walk of between 9-12 miles; Once a month, on a Saturday (except December): There is a more challenging hill w ...
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'The Old Market Quarter was one of the first parts of Bristol to be built around the Castle. Parts of the area today can be traced back to 900AD. It was the market district of the city and ...
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'As the Highway and Surveying Authority for Bristol City Council, we are responsible for 101 miles (163 kilometres) of public rights of way. The Council aims to make the most of this netwo ...
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'One of the largest walking groups in the country. We arrange around 300 walks each year, ranging from short to long, from rural to urban ... We have regular walks of varying distance and difficult ...
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'The walk would make a wonderful and inexpensive week's holiday. It can also be enjoyed as a series of day walks or by creating circular walks using sections of the Bristol to Brecon route. The gui ...
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'Public transport and vehicle parking are available along the route and at various points on the route. Refreshments and public toilets are also found at these points, with some public houses along ...
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'In 2002 Bristol City Council and Bristol Group Ramblers collaborated to produce a delightful publication called "Bristol Backs – Discovering Bristol on Foot". This book contained ...
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''We are a unique club for young(ish) people in Bristol & Bath who love getting outside on the weekend, enjoying our fantastic countryside and meeting like-minded people ... Brunel is ...
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The Avon Gorge & Downs Wildlife Project 'run a range of walks, talks and courses throughout the year looking at all aspects of the wildlife and landscape of the Gorge & Downs. Help ...
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The aim of the Friends of the Community Forest Path is 'to encourage the use of the 45-mile Community Forest Path around Bristol and to promote it as the embodiment of the Green Belt'.


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'The Forest of Avon has a fantastic network of walking routes to take you into some of the best areas of countryside and woodland within the forest – ther ...
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Download PDFs of Walks from these Railway Stations: [1] Bristol Temple Meads - - - : [2] Bedminster - - - : [3] Lawrence Hill - - - : [4] Stapleton Road - - - : [5] Montpelier - - - : [6] Clifton D ...
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'Membership appointments are reviewed once every two years and there are then opportunities for new applications to be considered. You can submit an application at any time and it will be considere ...
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'We have an interactive mapping system at OutdoorsWest, showing all the Public Rights of Way you can walk, run, horse ride, cycle or otherwise explore in the OutdoorsWest area. You can use ...
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'It starts at Clifton Suspension Bridge on the spectacular Avon Gorge,and continues across the Chew Valley with its peaceful lakes, over the Mendip Hills to Cheddar Gorge, along the Somerset Levels ...
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'The route is available on the national Ramblers Routes website. Alternatively, you can download the booklet with a map and a full walk description ... Please note that there have been minor change ...
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'Troopers Hill Local Nature Reserve is a hillside overlooking the River Avon that has been quarried and mined in the past.'


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'Tours are hosted by the garden’s team of trained volunteer guides who explain about the history and work of the garden and introduce the plant collections. The Garden has a primary path network bu ...
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[1] Bristol City Walking - - - : [2] Guided and Themed Walks - - - : [3] Countryside Walks - - - : [4] Maps and Route Planning - - - : [5] Parks and Green Spaces - - - [6] Adventure Walking - - - : ...
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