The Kennet and Avon Cycle Route is the UK’s most popular long-distance waterside cycle route. Between the cities of Bath and Bristol you can follow the railway. This attractive route through the Avon Valley was a pioneering traffic-free cycle path. The canal is also especially popular with walkers, anglers and boaters. There may be times when you need to dismount.
The Colliers Way is a path that runs between Frome and Dundas Aqueduct near Limpley Stoke. It offers 23 miles of traffic-free cycling along old railway lines. It’s also used by cyclists, horse riders and walkers. This path boasts some of the finest views of Somerset countryside that you can enjoy.
The Bath Skyline Walk is renowned for its views of the city and its wild flowers. The Iron Age fort on Little Solsbury Hill offers a great vantage point for stunning views of Bath. There are several sites of archaeological interest on the way, such as 18th-century follies and Roman settlements.