Bristol and Bath Railway Path - a 13 mile fully tarmacked, easily accessible route for walks, cyclists and disabled people.  For further information please visit http://www.bristolbathrailwaypath.org.uk 

Cotswold Way - a 100 mile National Trail which runs between Bath and Chipping Campden.  For further information please visit http://www.nationaltrail.co.uk/cotswold-way

Three Peaks Circular Walk - a 16.5 mile countryside walk around Pensford, Clutton and Chew Magna.  For further information please visit http://www.forestofavon.org.uk/tpct.html

River Avon Trail - a 23 mile riverside path between Pill Harbour and Bath.    For further information please visit http://www.riveravontrail.org.uk/

Two Rivers Way - an 18 mile walk generally following the course of the Rivers Yeo and Chew between Congresbury and Keynsham.   For further information please visit http://yattonramblers.co.uk/

The Monarch's Way - a 615 mile route following the escape route of Charles II after his defeat at the Battle of Worcester in 1651.  For further information and to purchase the Monarch's Way guide books visit http://www.monarchsway.50megs.com/

The Limestone Link - a 36 mile walk joining the limestone of the Cotswolds near Cold Ashton to that of the Mendip Hills near Shipham.  For further information and to purchase the Limestone Link guide books visit http://www.bathra.org.uk/

Samaritan's Way - a 103 mile walk starting at the Avon Gorge and taking in the Chew Valley, the Mendip, the Quantocks, the Somerset Levels and Exmoor.  For further information visit http://www.samaritansway-southwest.org.uk/

Community Forest Path - a 45-mile recreational route around Bristol designed to help people get out of the city and into the countryside and green spaces. For further information and to purchase the Community Forest Path booklet please visit http://www.closertothecountryside.co.uk

Macmillan Way - a 290 mile walk running from Boston on the Lincolnshire coast to the Dorset coast at Abbotsbury.  For further information and to purchase the Macmillan Way guide books visit http://macmillanway.org/

Please note that these routes have not been devised by Bath and North East Somerset Council and have not been checked for accuracy.

 

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