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Bristol City Triangular Walk

29 km / 18 miles

Bristol, S Glos
This circular walk, devised by the Bristol Group of the Ramblersí Association, offers wonderful views within and across the city. From Temple Meads Station the route takes in the Clifton Suspension Bridge; Clifton Downs; Sea Mills; Blaise Hamlet (NT); Henbury Church; Henleaze; and Redland before returning, via the city, to Temple Meads Station.

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Details:

Path Type
Other Paths
Attributes
Easy; Urban; Heritage; Industrial History
Start and Finish
ST595723 - Temple Meads Station, Bristol
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Open Date
2001

Publications, Badges and Certificates:

Guidebook - External PDF

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Route Profile:

28.3 Km (17.6 miles)
526 m (1,726 ft) ascent
97 m (318 ft)  maximum height