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  1. Bristol and Bath Railway Path -

    You can cycle both ways or if you’re feeling tired you can easily take the train as both Bath and Bristol have stations close to the start of the path. This route connects the hip city of Bristol (currently receiving plaudits for its innovative food scene) with Bath’s more sedate Georgian grandeur. In Bath, you can visit the famous Roman ...

  2. Bath Two Tunnels Circuit -

    You can start this circular route at any access point along the circuit. A recommended start point is either Bath Spa station or Oldfield Park station. Both are a short ride from the route, which can be ridden in either direction. The two tunnels project was part of the Sustrans Connect 2 National Lottery funded project. It is one of the ...

  3. Find a route on the National Cycle Network -

    Sustrans is a registered charity in England and Wales (number 326550) and Scotland (SC039263) and a company limited by guarantee registered in England No 1797726 at 2 Cathedral Square, Bristol, BS1 5DD.

  4. Favourite Bristol and Bath routes -

    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. You’ll find ideal stopping points for drinks and snacks at Bitton and Warmley Stations, or you could enjoy a pub lunch at Saltford.

  5. Bath to Bournemouth -

    Starting in the World Heritage city of Bath, next to the Roman Baths and Bath Abbey, this long-distance cycle south may not be as glamorous as the original French, Paris to Nice ‘Race to the Sun’ but the 85-mile Bath to Bournemouth route does enjoy the vast rolling hills of Somerset, Wiltshire and Dorset.

  6. Browse routes | Page 6 | Sustrans

    All routes; View map; The National Cycle Network. Sustrans review of the National Cycle Network - Paths for everyone. National Cycle Network Action Plans; National Cycle Network level of service measures; National Cycle Network design principles; National Cycle Network quality standard; Sustrans role as custodian of the National Cycle Network ...

  7. Route 24 -

    Route 24 of the National Cycle Network runs from Bath through Radstock, Frome, Warminster and Salisbury to join Route 23 at Eastleigh in Hampshire. Route 24 starts in the Georgian grandeur of Bath, the only UK city designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In Bath, you can visit the famous Roman Baths which give the city its name or simply ...

  8. Bristol and Bath Railway Path

    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. See what delights are in store for you whether you start from Bristol or Bath!

  9. Route 4 -

    Route 4 gives you a fascinating glimpse into Britain’s past as you cycle along stretches of calm canalside. Between Reading and Bath you’ll follow the Kennet & Avon Cycle Route, much of which is on canal towpath. This canal has a fascinating history and was lovingly restored by local volunteers after it fell into disrepair.

  10. Sustrans - Wikipedia

    Sustrans' first ever route follows a disused railway through a green corridor in Bristol. Sustrans is a UK walking and cycling charity and custodian of the National Cycle Network . Its flagship project is the National Cycle Network, which has created 16,575 miles [1] of signed cycle routes throughout the UK including 5,273 miles of traffic-free paths.

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