Beyond Bristol: The perfect winter stroll

Crossing the River Chew at Chewton Keynsham

In recent years, it’s become a bit of a family tradition that we do this walk with my parents at around the New Year period. As such, hot on the heels of Friday’s major new update, I’m bringing you a little something extra.

Walk Twenty-Eight: Chewton Keynsham is one of the shortest walks in this collection and is the perfect winter stroll for those short, dark afternoons. It allows you to get a dose of rural scenery while remaining, more or less, an all-weather route. On this route you can enjoy a rolling grassy section of the Chew Valley, a couple of crossings of the River Chew itself and some historic village architecture.

It was a grey day when I photographed this route, but it really didn’t matter – there’s more than enough greenery to make up for it.

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