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This place is really fun, has some hidden gems and some great mountain biking. Keep your eyes peeled if you ride off the beaten trail, it has been known in the past for people to leave crude traps for bikers to run into, these were...More
Last Sunday we researched a walk in Leigh Woods and set off with our printed copy entitled ‘Walking in Leigh Woods’. We had decided on the Blue coded walk as the others were not long enough. The write up for this read”the blue trail, both...More
Very special place which I have spent a lot of hours in. There are miles and miles of walks. You can mountain bike there, take dogs etc. There is a small cafe at the Clifton end and a coffee trailer at the main car park....More
Leigh Woods was, and remains, a great place to go for a walk, with some caveats. Ten minutes across the suspension bridge, it couldn’t be closer to the city if you’d planned it, which of course, is why Mr Wills, the ciggie maker, gave...More
One of my favorite places to go for a walk in Bristol. It's a quiet place where you can go for peace. They have recently redone some of the paths that go down to the river avon making it more accessible for more people
I went here on a recent trip to Bristol with my dog and family and it's of the best places I've been! I have some mobility issues and I found it really easy to navigate though I'm not sure how wheelchair friendly it would be....More
Been visiting Leigh Woods for as long as I can remember from when I was really young and to now taking my own family.
Its great for mini andventures with your children, scenic photography walks, dog walking and cycling.
You never know what your going...More