New! Bath River Walking Trail downloadable walk
Explore the wildlife and history of the River Avon in Bath with these new walking trail maps! This new walking trail map has been launched by the WaterSpace Partnership.
* Download the Bath River Walking Trail here.
* Download the Saltford River Walking Trail here.
* Download the Hanham, Keynsham River Walking trail here.
New! River Avon Poetry Trail
Journey along the River Avon with riverside-inspired poems from some of Bristol and Bath’s best-loved poets. Six enchanting poems will be displayed along the beautiful rivers edge between Bristol and Bath, alongside illustrations from Katharina Nyilas (www.katharinaillustration.com), to transport you into the rhythmic world of life among the reeds.
* Follow the link to view the a map of the poetry trail.
* Follow the link to listen to audio versions of the poems.
New! The Kennet & Avon Canal downloadable walks
The Kennet & Avon Canal was 200 years old in 2010 and the anniversary was celebrated with an exciting programme of repair and conservation of the canal’s important features.
Now you can listen to two audio trails which tell you more about the Kennet & Avon Canal. Audio Tales explores 12 key features on the canal between Halfpenny Bridge and Darlington Wharf. Overheard Conversations invites you to eavesdrop on intriguing historic conversations and letters about the canal.
Download these files, and find more information on this elegant canal by seeing the Kennet & Avon Canal website.
The River Avon Trail downloadable walks
The River Avon Trail follows the beautiful river from Bristol to Bath.
This guide to the River Avon Trail contains practical information for walkers, cyclists, horse riders, wheelchair and pushchair users. It also contains 8 detailed map sections and several themed pages.
Download the River Avon Trail map here.
Last updated 6 April 2017