Connect to past centuries as you leave the docks
and head west along the Avon Gorge
Cycle Path, N.C.N 41, and under the magnifcant Clifton Suspension Bridge.
With woodland on one side and the River
Avon on the other, the route eventually climbs
through a wooded valley to the picturesque and
secluded Abbots Pool.
Historically, this is linked to a 12th Century Augustine Abbey, now Bristol Cathedral.
Travel along some country lanes to the high fields
of Ashton Court Mansion and its deer park and
then back to the docks.
Mostly on traffic free paths. Some quiet country
lanes. One push-the-tandem-up hill. Can be bumpy and muddy in places. Aprox. 15miles. Cafes and pubs en route. (medium)