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The Monarch's Way - Official web site

The Cotswold Way - Web site of the National Trail

The Bath Skyline Walk - The National Trust's details of this popular circuit.

The Samaritan's Way South West - Web site showing details of the Bristol to Lynton long distance path, devised by Bristol Ramblers member Graham Hoyle.

The Wye Valley Walk - a perfect mix of river and hill walking. A 136 mile (218km) walk of startling contrasts from ravine gorge cloaked in woodland, through meadow and orchard, to rugged and remote uplands.

The Forest of Dean - Walking is one of the most popular outdoor activities in the area for both visitors and residents.

Offa’s Dyke Path - runs for 177 miles from Sedbury Cliffs on the Severn Estuary near Chepstow to the North Wales resort of Prestatyn on Liverpool Bay. For about 70 miles it follows the course of the Eighth Century Offa's Dyke earthwork.

Walking Bristol - City Walks - A stunning series of walks developed by Bristol Group Ramblers. The central walks are a great way to discover the city and it's history.

Bristol South Skyline Walk - It takes you on an exciting journey of discovery across parts of South Bristol using pavements and footpaths to lead you to places which allows you to see Bristol from a less well known perspective.

Travel West Walking Information

West of England Walking Routes - explore the area's industrial and farming past and visit an array of market towns, small peaceful villages, natural habitats and historic sites and features.

Access Land walks in South Gloucestershire

National Trails Website - plan your visit for trails in England and Wales.

Nonconformist Trail - find out more about the South Gloucestershire area’s rich nonconformist heritage.

Walking for Health

Supports people to become more active and feel the physical, mental and social benefits of walking.

Ramblers -  information

South Gloucestershire information

Bath Two Tunnels Greenway

This virtually flat path connects Bath to the Midford Valley, following the track-bed of the former Somerset and Dorset Railway. It incorporates the Devonshire Tunnel (at Bloomfield) and the Combe Down tunnel; the longest walking tunnel in Britain. The route takes you over the magnificent Tucking Mill Viaduct towards Midford. The route links with the Colliers Way at Midford to Wellow, Radstock and Frome in the south, the Bristol to Bath Railway Path in the west, and the Kennet and Avon Canal path east to Bradford-on-Avon and Devizes.

Two Tunnels website      Route Map

Ramblers Routes If stuck for ideas have a look at Ramblers Routes. Click on the link above for more information. Other Websites  The links on this page will open in a new window. Severnside Ramblers are not responsible for the content of external Internet sites.

Olveston Parish Walks

New leaflets have been produced, detailing six circular walks in Olveston Parish.They are available free of charge at various locations in the villages of Olveston, Tockington and Old Down.

You can also download each walk - more information