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Links to local walks in the South Gloucestershire area.
South Gloucestershire has some outstanding countryside and wildlife for you to discover.
Walking is the ideal way of improving your fitness whilst enjoying the attractive green spaces and countryside of South Gloucestershire.
Public Rights of Way Information
Wildtracks - walk on the wildside
A series of circular walks around wild spaces in South Gloucestershire. They have been devised by local people living in the area who walk these routes on a regular basis.
Many of the rights of way in South Gloucestershire are promoted through leaflets and guide books. These routes vary from short circular walks designed to be easily accessible, to long-distance walking routes such as the Cotswold Way and Severn Way.
The River Frome, a tributary of the River Avon, which flows from the Cotswold Hills, through South Gloucestershire and then southwest to the centre of Bristol. The Frome Valley creates an important green corridor through the villages and farmland of South Gloucestershire and the dense housing of northeast Bristol. The parks, woodlands, meadows and waterways provide welcome recreational space for people and a valuable environment for wildlife. The Frome Valley Walkway is an important recreational path running along the river connecting communities and open spaces.
The Trail runs from Pill in North Somerset to Pulteney Bridge, Bath in England’s west country. It is a medium-distance path of about 23 miles enjoyed by walkers, and in some sections, cyclists and horse riders.
Discover rolling hills, ancient woodlands, tranquil villages and bustling market towns and enjoy one of England's most treasured landscapes on foot.
The Bristol & Bath Railway Path is a 13 mile off road route between the cities of Bristol and Bath. The path is open to walkers and cyclists and access is provided for disabled users. The Path is many things to many people - an integral commuting route, an attractive leisure path and an important wildlife corridor.
Ramblers Routes are created for walkers by Ramblers volunteers and a unique feature is that any route developed by one volunteer is then checked on the ground by another before it’s given our stamp of approval. Each route has an online routecard featuring a wide choice of mapping layers including Ordnance Survey Landranger and Ordnance Survey Explorer maps with the option to print the route and download GPX data for use with a GPS unit. The routecard also includes detailed route descriptions, points of interest and advice on how to get to the start point.
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