Six miles of way-marked trails with extensive views of Bath and beyond.
Rich in wildlife and rare plant species.
Hidden valleys, tranquil woodlands and meadows.
Roman settlements and an 18th century folly.
Perfect for picnics, kite flying and getting closer to nature.
Bradford-on-Avon Guided Tours for Groups
Discover the town’s hidden gems with a local expert on one of our informative walking tours.
2 mile flat route - includes the major Saxon and Medieval sights.
3 mile hillside route - as above, plus a steady climb to the weavers’ cottages and beautiful views.
Tailor-made tours also available, please contact the TIC.
Walking in Bradford on Avon
The Bradford on Avon Tourism Association is pleased to offer guided walks for groups.
The walks can be tailor-made to suit your group’s needs. The full route does include some steady climbs, but we do have an alternative flat easy route.
Our guides have many years experience and their informative narration tells the story of Bradford on Avon’s history from the Roman occupation to the present day. There are many fine buildings including a 10th century Saxon Church and a medieval monastic grange complete with an impressive tithe barn.
The full tour will costs £5.00 a head and the easy route £4.50 per head. It is sometimes possible to do a split group if very large numbers.
To book your group’s guided walk please click here to request a group visitor pack.
Download our Let's Explore Bradford on Avon guide.
Download our Industrial Heritage guide.
Beautiful broadleaf woodland walks offering breathtaking views of Brunel's world famous suspension bridge and the Avon Gorge.
Rich variety of trees, wild flowers, birds and butterflies.
Impressive ramparts and ditches of Stokeleigh Iron Age hill fort (350BC).
Miles of paths to explore, including an all-ability trail.
290 mile footpath from Boston to Abbotsbury via the Cotswolds.
Passes through unspoilt countryside and towns of architectural interest.
Follows existing footpaths, bridleways, byways and small stretches of minor roads.
Locally, the Way offers walks to Bath and Frome.
Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty offering contrasting landscapes, diverse wildlife, attractive villages and superb views.
Great range of activities available: caving, fishing, bird watching, walking, mountain biking, rock climbing, horse riding and gliding.
Iron Age hill forts and Roman lead mines.
Mendip Way and Limestone Link pass through the Mendips.
Attractive 57 acre park created in 1830, now home to a variety of amenities for all the family.
Beautiful Botanical gardens.
Huge playground with masses of equipment.
BMX and skate parks, tennis courts, bowling green and adventure golf course.
Regularly used as a hot air balloon launch site.
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Trowbridge Road, Bradford on Avon, near Bath and Longleat, Wiltshire
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