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Bath & North East Somerset

'We have two regular Sunday walks, each usually of about 5/6 and 10/12 miles and some midweek walks during the day or in the evening in the summer. Non-members are most welcome to come on rambles. ...
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Includes brief details of eight walks around and about Keynsham, ranging from 3 to 11 miles in length.


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'Some of the most popular walks around Bath (offering routes suitable for all levels of experience) include Cotswold Way, the Bath Skyline Walk and the Two Tunnels.'


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'Discover hidden valleys, rich in limestone flowers and tranquil beech woodlands, interspersed with extensive views over Bath and out towards the Blackdown Hills. The Iron Age fort on Little Solsbu ...
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'This virtually flat path connects Bath to the Midford Valley, following the track-bed of the former Somerset and Dorset Railway. It incorporates the Devonshire Tunnel and Combe Down Tunnel; the lo ...
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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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'For visitors and users of the lake, Chew is so much more than just a drinking water supply. Chew Valley offers various leisure and recreational facilities, from fishing and sailing to eating out, ...
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'The route was lengthened and turned by Judith Gradwell for Avon County Council into an anti-clockwise 16.5 mile circular walk starting and ending in Pensford. ACC published the walk in leaflet for ...
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'The Walking Network currently has 4 routes that span across the city of Bath. Each route passes the university campus, providing a series of hassle-free walking routes for staff, students ...
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'Tracing the route of old railways and quiet lanes, this relaxing and mainly traffic-free environment is excellent for walking and cycling, with large sections suitable for wheelchair users and som ...
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Highlights 'World Heritage City of Bath, views over River Severn to Brecon Beacons in Wales, Malvern Hills and Forest of Dean. National Trust properties of Dyrham House and Horton Court; B ...
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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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Walks around and about Monkton Combe: [1] Brassknocker, Kennet & Avon - - - : [2] Combe Down, Horsecombe Vale & Tucking Mill - - - : [3] Bridging the gap - - - : [4] Somerset Coal Canal &am ...
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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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'The River Avon Trail is generally straightforward to follow and easy-going as it follows the river and is level along the entire route. The only stiles are between Keynsham and Swineford. ...
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'Other highlights on the route include the Stanton Drew Stones which include the Great Circle - the second largest stone circle in Britain (after Avebury).'


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