Beautiful coastal views and secret beaches make this walk one of my new favourites. Length – we did 3.4km but you could easily do more or less. There’s loads to explore. Dogs – yes Pushchairs – You might be ok with a good offroader. Most of the walk is on grass. I can’t believe it’s … More Woodspring Priory
An absolute favourite walk of mine. The best views in the area, watching goat fights and cheese tasting afterwards. Length- we did 1.6km but you could easily do more or less. Push chairs – No. Dogs – Yes. I had never walked up Cheddar Gorge because I thought you had to pay and climb lots … More Cheddar Gorge.
A lovely wooded walk with huge ancient trees and paved paths suitable for pushchairs and mountain bikes. Length – 2.8km on the paths we did 2.2 km but went off road and it was very muddy. Dogs – yes. Pushchairs – Yes, but they’d need to be able to take on a bumpy track. There’s … More Ashton Hill Plantation.
Half term is upon us and so far it’s gearing up to be wet one. My advice is to get out there anyway and enjoy it! There’s no such thing as bad weather, only the wrong clothes. I’m talking full waterproofs, jackets, trousers and wellies. If it’s really windy maybe avoid the woods in case … More 5 half term walks whatever the weather.
A short, fairly flat, woodland walk with some lovely carvings to find along the way. Length- 2.2km Pushchairs – Yes, sturdy ones would manage I think. Dogs – Yes. This was an easy short walk which the kids enjoyed, it’s not the most adventurous, but a fun easy win especially for those living in Bristol. … More Stoke Park Sculpture Trail, Bristol.
An awesomely adventurous walk, scrambling down a gorge and exploring the woods. Length 2.2km Dogs – Yes Pushchairs- There is a pushchair and wheelchair friendly route at Ebbor Gorge, but it’s not the route we took. I would not recommend this walk if you have a baby or small child in a carrier. It’s quite … More Ebbor Gorge, Priddy, Somerset
Some of the most spectacular hill walking me and the kids have done. Very accessible and not too far to walk to the top. Length – 1.5 miles Dogs – Yes. Push chairs – Yes. Some of the slopes are less accessible so you may not make it to the peak, but there were plenty … More The Malvern Hills
A short easy climb which gives you the most spectacular coastal views. 2km Push chairs – No. Dogs – Yes (but not if they’re prone to throwing themselves off cliffs) I loved the views on this walk and the uphill part was minimal. The only thing to watch out for is the wind. It was … More Sand Point, Kewstoke.
My very favorite walk of all saved for a Christmas present to you all! The best views in North Somerset, a tiny castle, a pub and a park. Length – 2km Push chairs – Yes. Dogs – Yes. Something for everyone on this walk with coastal views, not too hilly, churches and chickens. I’ve done … More Poets Walk, Clevedon Pill and Beyond.
Unbelievably, I had never been to Glastonbury Tor before this weekend. I thought that it would be too steep for the kids to climb up. I was wrong, they loved it. Length- 1.2km to the top and back. Push chairs- No. I’m not going to tell you in detail how to walk up, it’s pretty … More Glastonbury Tor