- Amazon Kindle
Hold 1000s Of Books, Weeks-Long
Battery, Glare-Free Touchscreen
- Prime Same Day Shipping
Unlimited One-Day Delivery
Available in Selected Areas
- Amazon Kindle
Use our map to explore the National Cycle Network and find the perfect walking and cycling route for you Bristol and Bath Path - Map | Sustrans Please help us create a safer, more accessible National Cycle Network for all Donate today
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.
In conjunction with the glorious Bristol to Bath cycle path (which I've also reviewed on this site), Sustrans is helping to make our city one of the greenest around. You might see the Sustrans guys and gals dotted around the cyclepath in their fluoro jackets and clipboars - they offer useful info about all your bicycling needs and are worth chatting to - from puncture repair to planning a ...
The Bristol & Bath Railway Path was constructed on the bed of the former Midland Railway by cycling charity Sustrans between 1979 and 1986. The first stretch was between Bath and Bitton where the campaign group, Cyclebag obtained planning permission to create the 2m wide dust track. The route then developed westwards with Bristol being the last section. This was tarmaced from the outset.
See more like this North West Trail Map - Sustrans Cycle Routes Map - NN92: Sustrans Official... SPONSORED West Midlands Cycle Route: Sustrans' Official Route Map and Guide to the 162...
Bristol to Bath Constructed on the track bed of the former Midland Railway between 1979 and 1986, this route was one of the first links in the National Cycle Network and is now one of the most popular paths in the UK.
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. 
The route links into the National Cycle Network with routes to Radstock and Bournemouth in the south, and the Bristol to Bath walking cycling route in the west. Whether you explore it on foot, cycle your own bike, or hire one locally, you will find that the Two Tunnels Greenway offers you a scenically varied and rewarding couple of hours.
You can build a visit to the 'Packhorse' into a circular walk that includes the Two Tunnels route. The 'Packhorse' is open from 9.30am, so also makes a good coffee/tea stop. Parking there is limited, the pub's best approached on foot/cycle, or off the bus (No.3 from Bath or the D4/267 from Frome run within ten minutes of its door).
The Bristol and Bath Railway Path is a 13 mile off road route between the cities of Bristol and Bath. The path is open to walkers and cyclists and access is provided for disabled users. The Path is many things to many people - an integral commuting route, an attractive leisure path and an important wildlife corridor.
- related to: sustrans cycle route bristol 2 Bath