Spacious leafy streets, hidden meadows and woodlands

I’m pleased to announce the arrival of Walk Twenty-Four: Stoke Bishop and Sneyd Park. This walk starts and finishes on the Downs and uncovers spacious, leafy streets; hidden footpaths; and, on the steep sides of the Avon Gorge, two lovely nature reserves and an abandoned woodland garden.

The walk is also highly customisable: there are two shorter routes available and an alternative approach via Sea Mills Station. The steep section on the side the Avon Gorge can be skipped, if required, or replaced with an optional route extension to the University of Bristol botanic garden.

I’ll be taking a break for a few weeks now to enjoy the summer. Please do try some of the walks I have already published and let me know how you get on via e-mail or via the Facebook page.

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