Enjoy a short walk in the morning and afternoon or a longer walk that takes all day. Walks range in distance from 1 to 11 miles plus there are boat tours too so there’s something for everyone.  Most walks are Nordic walking friendly.  You will need to travel to and from your walk (see General Info for details).  

We are adding more walks all the time and will have the full range of walks available to book from 21st June 2021. Here’s what’s on offer so far:

Bristol harbourside experience

There’s no better way to get to know Bristol’s floating harbour and harbourside than by boat. This 45 minute tour covers the whole of the Floating Harbour in a pretty, canopy covered, traditional ferryboat, dropping you off at Underfall Yard for a fascinating private tour of the Yard and its Harbourside role.

Banksy and street art urban walk

A culturally enlightening urban tour of street art by Banksy and other big names which have contributed to making Bristol the global capital of this modern mode of expressionism.

Distance: 2 miles
Difficulty: Regular

Afternoon Tea walk: Bristol Harbour and the Avon Gorge

A short walk from Bristol’s city centre taking you under the famous Clifton Suspension Bridge along the Avon Gorge towpath to the delightful Brackenwood tea rooms.

Distance: 4.5 miles
Difficulty: Regular

Weston super Mare: A Beach and Headland Walk

From the heart of Sand Bay to the Grand Pier at Weston super Mare via Worlebury headland, this is a leisurely 6 mile walk (with an option to stop after 3) beside the Bristol Channel, with a cafe stop at the half way point.

Distance: 3/6 miles
Difficulty: Regular

Tyntesfield and the Wraxall Valley

A walk from the splendid National Trust Tyntesfield estate through beautiful woodland and fields. It’s a stone’s throw from Bristol but you’re deep in the countryside.

Distance: 6 miles
Difficulty: Moderate

The Mendip Hills and Cheddar Gorge

This magnificent 12 mile walk takes in the very best of the Mendip Hills just to the south of Bristol, including Cheddar Gorge, Blackdown and the charming market town of Axbridge.

Distance: 12 miles
Difficulty: Demanding

St Briavels and the Wye Valley

A glorious route through the Forest of Dean and the Wye Valley starting by St Briavels castle and following the ancient Offa’s Dyke national trail in places. Expect woodland, hills, meadows and views.

Distance: 8 miles
Difficulty: Moderate + stamina

Dyrham and the Cotswold Way

A walk of contrasts along the two ancient routes of the Cotswold Way and the Monarchs Way, incorporating woodland, riverside meadows, a short sharp hill, views and pretty Cotswold villages.

Distance: 7 miles
Difficulty: Moderate

The Somer Valley and Mendip foothills

A taste of the countryside between the historic market town of Midsomer Norton and Chilcompton village, passing through the Somer valley and the foothills of the Mendips.

Distance: 7.5 miles
Difficulty: Moderate

Sugar Loaf Peak, Abergavenny

If you’re after a challenge, one of the very best is the iconic Sugar Loaf Peak overlooking the market town of Abergavenny in South Wales. At 596m high, it falls just short of ‘mountain’ status, but the ascent is properly steep in places and even the fittest of walkers will have a sense of achievement on reaching the summit.

Distance: 11 miles
Difficulty: Demanding

Chew Valley Walk

Just South of Bristol lies a hidden gem, the Chew Valley. Enjoy a countryside walk along the edges of the beautiful lake, rising up to take in the views of the valley before exploring the prehistoric Stone Circle of Stanton Drew. 

Distance: 7 miles
Difficulty: Moderate

Clevedon: Coast, Woodlands, Town & History

The walk is a lovely mix of coastal paths, shady woodlands, open grassland and urban interest starting in the heart of the pretty Victorian town of Clevedon, a short drive from Bristol. 

Distance: 6 miles
Difficulty: Moderate

Bath Skyline

Beginning at Bath’s Holburne Museum, the first leg of your walk is beside the Kennet and Avon Canal, a historic route which was once used for transporting timber, flour, malt and cheese to London. There’s then a steady climb through fields to Claverton Down and the skyline plateau.

Distance: 7 miles
Difficulty: Moderate