3.5km Dogs – Yes Pushchairs – No A wooded combe, rope swing, stream for splashing and views over the lake. We parked at Church Lane, East Harptree, Bath BS40 6BD. There’s not much parking here, but there is a nice looking pub opposite. Follow the footpath down the side of the church and go to … More East Harptree
Sneaky views of the animals at Noah’s Ark Zoo, playing in the woodland stream and nosing at The Downs School. Length – we did a huge 6.4km, but there are shorter routes Dogs – Yes, but there are sections where they must be on a lead, due to the school and livestock. Pushchairs – Nope … More Noah’s Ark and Priors Wood
I loved this walk so much, just the right length, ups and downs but not too hilly and beautiful views. Length – 3km but lots more to explore Pushchairs- a good off roader might he ok. It was muddy and puddly in winter. Dogs – Yes We parked at the layby on Roman Road, Bleadon, … More Bleadon Hill
A great example of an Iron Age Hill Fort set in huge woodlands with loads to explore, brilliant sea views and even an adventure playground. Length – 4.5km from car park to furthest edge of hill fort and back, but there’s loads more to explore or you can do less. Push chairs – yes, you’d … More Weston Wood and Hill Fort.
A magical tower with stunning views, interesting woodland and a hill fort. Length – 3.8km but it could be much shorter. Lots of options Dogs- yes Pushchairs – if you’re handy with an offroader you might be ok. I’ve not written in a while, lack of time, not travelling much because of the virus and … More Tynedale Monument
Beautiful woodland with some of the biggest trees I’ve ever seen and apparently it’s haunted too! Length- 2.6km but as always, there’s more to explore Dogs- yes. Pushchairs- You might be ok with a good offroader, but it was quite muddy in parts and the first part is steep. There is a layby to park … More Brockley Combe
Watery wandering wonders. Paddling, splashing, woods. Length – We did 3km, but you could simply walk more or less. Dogs- Yes Pushchairs- Yes, well paved paths. We parked on Park Ln, Blagdon, Bristol BS40 7UL. It’s just parking on the side of the road. From here walk over the dam and there’s a gate on … More Blagdon Lake
Perfect for bird watching and insect hunting. Flat walking, calm and serene. Length – we visited every bird hide and did 4km, but you could easily fo more or less. Dogs – Yes, but some sectione they have to be on a lead. Also they are not allowed in the bird hides. Pushchairs- Yes, there … More Westhay Moor Nature Reserve.
A woodland walk with a fun stream. Plenty to explore, long walks and short. Length – we did 2.9km but there was loads more we could have done. Dogs – Yes Pushchairs – You could do most with a good off road pushchair I think. This was a lovely walk featuring many of my favourite … More Rowberrow Warren
A beautiful wild meadow with stunning views across to Nailsea and Clevedon. Then a wander through some woodland. Length – 2km but lots more to explore. Dogs – Yes. Pushchairs – yes for some of the route. You’d be ok in badgers wood I think. A nice short walk as we were feeling lazy. There’s … More Backwell Hill.