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Help look after the Bristol and Bath path Please note We have taken all responsible steps to ensure that these routes are safe and achievable by people with a reasonable level of fitness.
The routes below cover a variety of distances and destinations, offering opportunities to ride or walk to some wonderful spots around Bristol and Bath. Best for art…Bristol and Bath Railway Path This 13-mile route is a Sustrans Art Trail featuring a variety of sculptures (including a drinking giant!) and working steam engines at the old train station at Bitton.
The official route map for the 85-mile (137km) ride from Bath to Bournemouth. This linear map shows the route and immediate surrounding area over a series of separate map panels. The full colour map based on Ordnance Survey data shows clearly mapped cycle routes on traffic-free paths, quiet lanes and roads, with easy to read contours, route profiles and mile markers.
Sustrans Route 4 The Kennet & Avon Cycle Route. Start from either end Bristol or Bath and get the train back if it's to much
Somerset Levels Cycle Map: Including the Strawberry Line, Bristol to Bath Railway Path, Colliers Way, Stop Line Way Plus 6 Individual Day Rides (CycleCity Guides) by Sustrans and CycleCity | 10 Apr 2012
It was here that the first modern cycle route was built, the famous Bristol-Bike Railway Path. (Its promoters, Sustrans, are still based in Bristol today.) Other routes have joined it since, and a vibrant cycling scene has sprung up – proof that the odd hill here and there need be no barrier to biking. There’s still much to be done in taming roads, and many are best avoided, but cycling is ...
2 DRAFT Review of Cycling Infrastructure for Bath & North East Somerset Council About Sustrans Sustrans makes smarter travel choices possible, desirable and inevitable.
The discoveries continue as the Two Tunnels route leaves Lyncombe Vale and heads underground beneath high ground. Combe Down Tunnel is the longest cycling and walking tunnel in the UK. Combe Down Tunnel is the longest cycling and walking tunnel in the UK.
The Path is many things to many people - an integral commuting route, an attractive leisure path and an important wildlife corridor. Ride, see artworks and enjoy the landscape on a virtual journey created by Bath resident and cyclist Paul Stephens at Paul's Pages .
Sustrans leased part of the old route with the help of Avon County Council (Bristol and Bath were then part of the County of Avon) and turned it into its first route, the Bristol & Bath Railway Path. 
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