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Frome Valley Walkway

29 km / 18 miles

Bristol, S Gloucestershire
The Frome Valley Walkway is a pleasant and interesting 18 mile long path which follows the River Frome between the River Avon in Bristol and the Cotswold Hills in South Gloucestershire.

The path passes through a variety of landscapes including open countryside and meadows in South Gloucestershire, the medieval town of Chipping Sodbury, wooded valleys south of Winterbourne Down, the pretty village of Frenchay and historic, landscaped parks in Bristol.

The Frome Valley Walkway Booklet now available on the website below.


Details:

Path Type
Paths Marked on OS mapping
Attributes
Easy; River
Start
ST589730 -  
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Finish
ST755817 - Old Sodbury, S Gloucestershire
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Publications, Badges and Certificates:

Guidebook
Frome Valley Walkway (South Gloucestershire Council - 1999)
External PDF
Frome Valley Walkway (South Gloucestershire Council - 2010)
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Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright and database right 2016.
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Rights of way data from selected Local Authorities.
Large scale digital mapping is provided by John Thorn.
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Route Profile:

28.8 Km (17.9 miles)
332 m (1,089 ft) ascent
140 m (459 ft)  maximum height