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Bath Walking and Cycling

Bath Walking and Cycling Guide

Iconic sights, tranquil surroundings, and rolling hills

Bath presents a brilliant combination of city strolls and countryside rambles. The walk into Bath is often viewed as a pilgrimage, with many a traveller settling down into a local pub at the end of it. Alternatively, we recommend venturing towards Old Sodbury and Little Sodbury, two charming villages which offer glimpses of the Iron Age, the Roman era, and even the troubled times of Henry VIII.

Suggested Walks:

Bath City Trail – takes about one and a half hours, World Heritage Site

Bath (Sham Castle) Circular – distance of up to 5 miles, Bristol City Council

Hare and Hounds Lansdown Trail – distance of up to 5.5 miles, OneToRemember LLP

Journey’s End – The Walk into Bath – distance of up to 6 miles, Cotswold Way Circular Walks

Little Sodbury and the Ploughboy’s bible – distance of up to 2.5 miles, Miles Without Stiles

Little Solsbury Hill and Chilcombe Bottom Nature Reserve – distance of up to 3.5 miles, Walks Without Stiles

Marshfield town and country – distance of up to 5 miles, Miles Without Stiles

Old Sodbury – the Hill Fort and Church – distance of up to 2.5 miles, Cotswold Way Circular Walks

Somerset Bath Skyline – distance of up to 5.5 miles, Country Walking

The Winsley Circle – distance of up to 2.5 miles, Miles Without Stiles

Suggested Cycle Routes:

Bath City Centre – two routes, distance of up to 2 miles and 4 miles

Bath to Bristol Railway Path – distance of up to 13 miles

Kennet and Avon Canal to Bradford on Avon – distance of up to 17.5 miles

Two Tunnels Greenway – distance of up to 12.5 miles

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