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Off-road route using the River Avon trail and the Bristol Bath railway path

Off-road route using the River Avon trail and the Bristol Bath railway path


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Grid RefST6547768493
Lat / Lon 51.41439° / -2.49780°
Easting / Northing365,477E / 168,493N
Grid RefST7524964364
Lat / Lon 51.37778° / -2.35700°
Easting / Northing375,249E / 164,364N

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08 Apr 2022

Straightforward route which I tried out and enjoyed very much. The way out of Keynsham is mostly through a park by the River Chew, followed by a couple of beautiful miles along the River Avon Path before joining up with the dependable Bristol to Bath cycle path. At the edge of the Bath, the route switches back onto the River Avon path between Newbridge and Locksbrook to avoid a section of road before resuming the cycle path into the centre of town.

Along the way there is the Bird in Hand pub at Saltford, lovely views over to the Cotswolds and model dinosaurs lurking on the opposite site of the river as the path passes by the Avon Valley Adventure Park. The cycle path can be very busy on weekends and holidays with all sorts of wheeled users, and beware speeding cycle commuters during the week.

Access is good along the cycle path sections but the Avon river path at the Keynsham end includes narrow kissing gates and will have muddy ground at wet times of year, so not suitable for wheels.

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