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Early Evening Harbourside Walk

To make the most of the weekend why not arrive on Friday and join us for an early Friday evening walk around Bristol harbour to meet other festival walkers and see a bit of the city.Once a busy dock where sailors and merchants would trade goods and set sail for voyages of discovery, Bristol’s Harbourside […]

Bristol harbour boat tour

A perfect introduction to the city of Bristol, this private boat tour takes you the length of the floating harbour between Temple Meads Railway Station and the Cumberland Basin with views out towards the Clifton Suspension Bridge.You’ll see the vestiges of this once busy working dock and its transformation into a hip café and living […]

St Briavels and the Wye Valley

This delightful circular walk of approximately 13km/8 miles has been crafted to take in some of the best scenery and features of the Wye Valley AONB, from a starting point in the historic village of St Briavels. We will meet on The Tump beside the 12th century castle which is now a Youth Hostel (there […]

Bristol harbour to Brackenwood tea room

The walk begins beside Bristol's floating harbour past cafes and the reminders of Bristol’s maritime past. The Harbourside is full of interest, both on and off the water and your route eventually opens up to grand views along the Avon Gorge towards the Clifton Suspension Bridge. Once at the end of the floating harbour the route […]

Banksy and street art urban walk

During this leisurely two hour guided tour through the heart of the city you’ll experience the rich history and culture of street art and graffiti that has made Bristol such an international centre for this contemporary art form.It’s an eye-opening exploration of the different techniques used and Bristol’s place in street art’s evolution. Plus you’ll […]

The Mendip Hills and Cheddar Gorge

This is a stunning walk and a grand tour of the Mendip Hills, taking in Cheddar reservoir, Beacon Batch, Long Wood and the limestone track which looks down on the famous Cheddar Gorge itself. It is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with open heathland at its heart, grazed by wild ponies. There are woodland sections too, […]

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. From here you can enjoy six miles […]

Sugar Loaf Peak, Abergavenny

The Sugar Loaf is one of the southernmost summits of the Black Mountains and falls within the Brecon Beacons National Park. This gem of a walk starts in the heart of Abergavenny and begins with an attractive riverside walk through lush green meadows beside the river Usk. It’s a gentle two mile stretch under the […]

Tyntesfield and the Wraxall valley

This varied and beautiful walk is just a short drive from the heart of Bristol and gives a flavour of the extensive countryside surrounding the city.The walk begins at the edge of the National Trust Tyntesfield estate, heading into the pretty woods bordering Wraxall Hill where the beach trees should be turning to their golden […]

Weston-super-Mare: A Beach and Headland walk

This leisurely Bristol Channel walk begins half way along the sand and shingle beach of Sand Bay. It's a peaceful, unspoilt spot with sand dunes and good views across the Bristol Channel to South Wales.The sand is mostly firm underfoot heading towards the woods of Worlebury Hill, where there's short steady climb levelling out onto […]

The Cotswold Way and Tyndale Monument

It’s a short 40-minute drive from Bristol to the start of your walk above Wotton-under-Edge from where you’ll enter straight into the beautiful Westridge Woods. Covering hundreds of acres, this magical woodland has many paths leading you from dense pine to the typical ancient beech of the area.  Gently descending at first you’ll skirt the […]

Dyrham and the Cotswold Way

This is a walk along 2 ancient routes – part of the Cotswold Way as it meanders towards Bath, then the Monarchs Way which follows the river Boyd back towards Dyrham.It is a walk of contrasts –shady woodland, a short steep hill, spectacular views (even on a dull day), riverside meadows and the pretty villages […]

How to book

You will be able to buy tickets and book your walks online here from 21st June 2021.