Not only are we perfectly located for the Bristol to Bath cycle route, but also for The Two Tunnels.
And because we offer custom hire, anything is possible. Here are a few more details…
Bristol to Bath, Length 16.5 miles
This former railway path is one of the original and most popular routes on the National Cycle Network, linking these two characterful West Country cities. It’s a very gentle climb in the opening miles out of Bristol, passing through the dark depths of Staple Hill tunnel on the way, before a sweeping descent to Warmley station. The views over rolling south Gloucestershire and Somerset countryside open up around midway, then the Avon river takes over in the final miles and leads you into the world heritage city of Bath.
Two Tunnels Greenway, Length 5 miles
It may be one of the youngest routes on the network but Two Tunnels Greenway is fast becoming a favourite. The highlight is Combe Down tunnel in the opening mile; the longest walking and cycling tunnel in the UK and a chilly, atmospheric cycling experience. The shorter Devonshire tunnel follows, before a tree-lined trail leads through Linear Park where there are great views over the honey gold buildings of Bath. This ride is easily turned into a 13-mile loop using the Kennet and Avon Canal.
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Warmley Waiting Rooms, Bristol
Two Tunnels Greenway, Bath