Bristol Ramblers

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A walk around the edge of the city: 23 miles

This city walk was devised by members of the Bristol  Ramblers, with funding and assistance from Bristol City Council. Offering wonderful views within and across the city, this walk enables the rambler, occasional walker or beginner to explore the Avon Valley, Stockwood Nature Reserve, Dundry Hill, Ashton Court and the Waterfront, as well as the heart and history of the City. 

The route is available on the national Ramblers Routes website. Alternatively, you can download the booklet with a map and a full walk description here. Please note that there have been minor changes to the route since the booklet was produced, but the route is clearly waymarked.

Vehicle parking and public transport are available at various points. There are caf├ęs, public toilets, and public houses along the route. At Clifton Suspension Bridge and Temple Meads, you can link with the Bristol Triangle Walk. You may start the walk at any given point, but we suggest that you follow the guide below and walk in a clockwise direction. Whichever way you choose you will be sure of a memorable, historic and scenic walk. Good Luck!

South Bristol Link

This road has been built between Highridge Green and Long Ashton

The section between the Kings Head Roundabout on the Bridgwater Rd (A38) and the Long Ashton Park and Ride is changed as follows.

After dropping down the steep hillside from the A38 cross the footbridge over the brook and turn right along the cinder track.  This passes under the railway line and then reaches a road junction with traffic lights.

The road to take is the second on the right leaving the main road going off to the left.

This road leads to the park and ride.  Only buses will be allowed on this road but at the moment there are not any running on this route.

Wednesday, April 26, 2017