Seasonal Walks

(2 customer reviews)


Join us for our seasonal walks exploring the beautiful local areas of Bristol and further surrounding countryside. Catch up with others as we enjoy the changing seasons and all they offer. Open to all walkers these walks are all walked at a steady pace.

There are two levels of difficulty to these sessions; Come For a Walk and Challenging.

Please choose a difficulty level below and then select a session in the calendar to start your booking. If you would like to book onto more than one session, please add each session to the basket individually.

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Dates & Prices:

  • Challenging Walks – Monday / Thursday 10am start : A little further from Bristol Centre (2-3 hour walk) £15
  • Come For A Walk – Friday 9.30am start : Bristol based walk (1-2 hour walk) £10

Walks also coming in 2020

Challenging: £15  10.00 am start :  Mon and Thurs

  • Winter: February:  Mon 10th Feb and Thurs 13th Feb: Blast away the Winter cobwebs with the stunning Bath Skyline Walk.
  • Spring: May: Mon 17th May and Thurs 14th May : Immerse yourself in the truly spectacular late flowering Mendip Bluebells.
  • Summer: July: Mon 13th July and Thurs 16th July : Be awed by Cheddar Gorge.

Come For a Walk:  £10 9.30 am Start  : Fri

  • Winter: February:  Fri 14th Feb : Leigh Woods Delight. Enjoy the beauty of Paradise Bottom and frosted ponds.
  • Spring: Fri 7th May: Prior’s Wood Nature Reserve. Once part of the Tyntesfield Estate, Prior’s wood is home to streams, plantations and ancient woodland. In spring, the bluebell displays are one of the best in the West Country.
  • Summer: Fri 17th July:  Arnos Vale Cemetery. This beautiful wooded Victorian Cemetery is off the Bath Road and covers 45-acres. A hidden (but becoming more known about) gem it is wonderfully peaceful, rich in walks, wildlife and stunning architecture. Join us we we enjoy a walk into another world!

2 reviews for Seasonal Walks

  1. Julia Leaman

    I did the Nordic Walking Course with Katie last year and have since moved out of the area. I found NW exhilarating and wonderful exercise and it has helped me settle into new surroundings by walking near my new home as well as returning to Katie’s walks occasionally to keep in touch.

  2. Lara Morris

    Went on the seasonal walk to Black Down to see the bluebells. A superb walk, with so much variety and interest. Katie makes the walk fun and enjoyable as well as informative and it’s a great chance to meet new people too. Well worth booking onto a seasonal walk. Highly recommended.

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