Bristol City Triangular Walk

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Start: Temple Meads Station
Distance: 18 miles (28 km)
Grid Ref: ST595723
 
Climbing: 350 metres
Walk time: 7-9 hours
Days: 1

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: This city walk was devised by members of the Bristol Ramblers in 2001. The local ramblers group were provided with funding and assistance from Bristol City Council to complete the route which was designed the provide walkers with as much beauty and local history as could be managed in the creation of a circular walk around the city. From the start of the walk at Temple Meads Railway Station the route visits Canon's Marsh (Floating Harbour), River Avon, Burgh Walls Fort, Clifton Suspension Bridge, The Observatory, Jack's Hole, Clifton Down, Sneyd Park, Sea Mills, River Trym, Potter's Point, Blaise Castle, Blaise Hamlet, Henbury, Coombe Hill, Holmwood, Badock's Wood, Westbury Park, Redland, Cotham, Kingsdown and the city centre.


Useful Links:
Route Description (Bristol Ramblers)
Long Distance Walkers Association


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