You can expect a fabulous day of walking and socialising from Sunday’s festival hub in the beautiful Ashton Court Estate on the edge of the city centre.

Ashton Court is an impressive country park with 850 acres of woodland and grassland and our Festival hub is beside the imposing mansion house. There’s lots going on including self-guided scenic walks, a Family treasure trail, street food to enjoy and a photo exhibition to take in. Here’s a taster of the walks on offer. 

The Observatory walk

This circular route takes you through Ashton Court’s glorious parkland, across Brunel’s famous Clifton Suspension Bridge and past the grand Clifton College, returning via the site of an old Iron Age fort where the Clifton Observatory now stands. It’s a mostly leisurely trail with a couple of gentle hills and some lovely views.

Distance: 5 miles                            Difficulty: Leisurely

The Brunel walk

A sweeping walk winding up through the Ashton Court estate and across Brunel’s Clifton Suspension Bridge to the vast grassy parkland of Clifton Downs. Enjoy some easy walking and fine views here before returning via the Clifton Observatory to Ashton Court and the Festival hub. 

Distance: 8 miles                                        Difficulty: Moderate

The Kingdom walk

A magnificent circular walk along some of the area’s best walking trails. You will take in parkland and woods, the Avon Gorge towpath and Brunel’s Clifton Suspension Bridge, as well as the ancient Nightingale Valley and a few Clifton Village highlights.

Distance: 12 miles                              Difficulty: Demanding

How to book

YOU WILL BE ABLE TO BUY TICKETS AND BOOK YOUR WALKS ONLINE HERE FROM 21st JUNE 2021.