RadstockBath

Radbat one
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Distance

13km/8mi

Ascent

338 m

Descent

292 m

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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Radstock and Bath.

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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Radstock and Bath.

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Reviews - 3

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Is this route good enough? -  Yes (3)

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Downloads - 15

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Start and end points

Radstock
Grid Ref ST6896154772
Lat / Lon 51.29122° / -2.44651°
Easting / Northing 368,961E / 154,772N
What3Words clings.backers.reduction
Bath
Grid Ref ST7524964364
Lat / Lon 51.37778° / -2.35700°
Easting / Northing 375,249E / 164,364N
What3Words stale.hike.taking

Radbat One's land is

Arable 45.7%
Green urban 2.1%
Pasture 5.0%
Urban 47.1%

Data: Corine Land Cover (CLC) 2018

Reviews


Mockymock

04 Jul 2022

Good, direct and easily navigable route.(though see brief note below for clarification). Deserves its place in the network.Plenty of hill climbing and descent and it is a mixture of rural and urban/suburban, so has quite a workaday feel at times and some pounding of pavements, but nice views around, particularly at the Bath end, and a lovely descent into town through Bear Flat, overlooking the city centre.

Just note that if coming from Radstock towards Bath, that the plot is a tad unhelpful when you regain the Fosse Way after crossing the main road at Dunkerton. The way in is opposite the bus stop.


Panifex

27 Feb 2022

A great route from Radstock to Bath. The route is easy to follow - I had no navigation issues. The section from Radstock to Peasedown is along roads, tracks and well marked footpaths. The walk through Peasedown is street walking, mostly on pavements. The climb out of Dunkerton on the Fosse Way is quite steep and long, but this is unavoidable to achieve a reasonably direct route - and as the previous reviewer said, the views across Combe Haye when you get to the Bath end are stunning, so the climb is well worth it. The route chosen down into Bath is also a good one - easy street walking, revealing glimpses of stunning vistas of Bath, and envy inspiring houses. All in all, an excellent walk, definitely worthy of its place as a Slow Way.


JohnMyerson

17 Jan 2022

I enjoyed this walk in spite of the Fosse Way being quite muddy in sections and the very steep hill from Dunkerton. Excellent views over Combe Hay from path behind waste disposal works. The route is not suitable for pushchairs or wheelchairs. Busy main road to cross in Dunkerton. Several gates to negotiate. Shops in Peasedown (where I started the route) and Bath centre.


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