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Direction arrow in red circle with path nameSouth Bristol Circular Walk

37 km / 23 miles

Bristol, N Somerset
This city walk was devised in 2005 by members of the Bristol Group of the Ramblers Association with funding and assistance from Bristol City Council. Offering wonderful views within and across the city, this walk combines to bring the rambler, occasional walker or beginner to explore the Avon Valley, Stockwood Nature Reserve, Dundry Hill, Ashton Court and the Waterfront as well as the heart and history of the City.


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Attributes
Downland/Wolds; Heritage
Start and Finish
ST596724 - Temple Meads Station, Bristol
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Open Date
2005

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South Bristol Circular Walk (Bristol Ramblers - 2008)
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36.0 Km (22.4 miles)
713 m (2,339 ft) ascent
202 m (663 ft)  maximum height