Distance:Not far Park up in Mount Road close to the play park. Then make your way up the hill onto the top of Roundhill. Here on the southern edge of Bath you can enjoy amazing panoramic views of Bath and … Continue reading
Distance: 1 mile each way An amazing dog walk where you can enjoy woodlands, open fields, cross idyllic streams and best of all stop half way for a drink in a dog friendly pub.
Distance:About a 1 mile loop Park up in the layby off Bannerdown Road and enter Bannerdown Common through the gate. Be careful with your Dogs when you let them out of the car as this is a busy road. Once … Continue reading
Distance: Less than a mile loop This 11 acre park was opened in 1902 to commemorate the coronation of Edward VII. It offers stunning views across Bath and is the perfect location to let your dog run free at the … Continue reading
Distance: 1 Mile Loop Park up on Widcombe Hill just before the gate into the field. Enter the field through the gate/stile and head up the hill to your right. Follow the field round, taking a detour into the woods … Continue reading
Distance: About 1 and a quarter miles between two pubs; the Inn at Freshford and the Cross Guns at Avoncliff. Cross the bridge opposite the freshford inn, enter the field on the left and follow the river through fields and … Continue reading
Distance: 2 mile loop Park in Shoscombe vale, near the school and walk towards radstock on the road. This is in fact a part of the old railway and is currently a cycle track.
Distance: Less than a 1 mile loop Rainbow woods is managed by the national trust and is part of the Bath Skyline walk. This walk is the shorter of the two loops around the woods and surrounding fields, the longer loop … Continue reading
Distance: 2 mile loop Rainbow woods is managed by the national trust and is part of the Bath Skyline walk. This walk is the longer of the two loops around the woods and surrounding fields, the shorter loop (which is … Continue reading
Distance: 1.5 miles (there and back) Park up on Weston Park road and enter Weston park in the southern most corner. Here your dog can run free into the park, but keep an eye on them around the exits as … Continue reading