Welcome to the Path

The Bristol & Bath Railway Path is a 13 mile off road route between the cities of Bristol and Bath. The path is open to walkers and cyclists and access is provided for disabled users. The Path is many things to many people - an integral commuting route, an attractive leisure path and an important wildlife corridor.
Got a problem?
Please report problems to:
 
St Philip's Road to Railway Terrace
Bristol City Council (0117) 922 3719
Minicom (0117) 922 3854
bristolparks@bristol.gov.uk
 
Railway Terrace to Avon Bridge, Bitton
South Gloucestershire Council
(01454) 868000
streetcare@southglos.gov.uk
 
Avon Bridge, Bitton to Bath
Bath & North East Somerset Council
(01225) 394041
Minicom: (01225) 394166
councilconnect@bathnes.gov.uk
 
For anything else please phone:
(0117) 922 4325
Take a tour
Ride the Path, take a break, ponder the artworks or just enjoy the landscape and all from the comfort of your own computer chair! Bath resident and cyclist Paul Stephens has created a virtual journey of the Path on his own website, Paul's Pages. See what delights are in store for you whether you start from Bristol or Bath!
Latest news!
Download a Railway Path leaflet
 
On Track beginners' walks
 
Latest news and events
Map of the path
Click for map of St Philips Click for map of Easton Click for map of Staple Hill Click for map of Mangotsfield Click for map of Warmley Click for map of Bitton Click for map of Saltford Click for map of Bath

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