Bath & Avon

Explore Bath & Avon

If there is something such as a country city then surely Bath is it.

Surrounded by wooded hills, graced by beautiful bath stone buildings, the River Avon flowing through, its a stunning spot.

We love all the architecture and the rich history of Bath but also the countryside that sits on its doorstep. Quiet valleys, tucked away villages, stories of mills and canals, perfect for your walking / hiking trip.

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Our Bath & Avon Walking Holidays

At the southern tip of The Cotswolds is the city of Bath. Surrounded by wooded hills, the river meandering through, it’s a country city at heart. Walks around Bath then enjoy a driver tour over the southern plains to pick up an inn to inn hike. 7 to 9 nights stays.
This inn to inn trail features Bath and Bradford upon Avon. Surrounded by wooded hills, graced by beautiful Bath stone buildings, the River Avon flowing through, it's a stunning spot.
Hike two aspects of the Cotswolds – the rolling wolds, classic market towns and villages characterised by centuries old sheep farming. And the Cotswolds Hills with stunning views as the landscape falls away into the River Severn valley. Perfect for 10 + nights.
A must for anyone who loves English country houses and gardens. From stately homes to wandering down long meandering driveways, see the South West's greatest gardens with a memorable Foot Trail.

Walk, Tour & Explore up to 21 nights

Stunning and varied walking and hiking adventure up to 21 nights in up to six of the South West of England's counties in one trip. Work with one or our Trail Consultants to plan and organise your own totally custom-made walking trip.
Bath's Pulteney Weir

Why choose Bath & Avon?

Georgian Bath sits in the valley of seven joining hills. Touched on all sides by superb countryside this beautiful city of Georgian architecture and its surrounding countryside are the home to Foot Trails HQ and a wonder for you to explore on foot.

  • Admire beautiful Georgian town houses built in 1790
  • Walk in green countryside with valleys and hills
  • See the roman baths with their warm thermal waters
  • Explore the waterway of the Kennet and Avon canal and the winding river Avon, rich in wildlife
  • Taste delicious local foods including the famous Bath bun, Bath artisan cheeses, chocolates and freshly baked artisan breads from local Thoughtful bakers – combine them together if you wish for a picnic to enjoy on route at Prior Park gardens.

“Just letting you know that we really enjoyed the first two walks in Bath and the Prior’s View walk today. The guide notes were faultless and took us to some really interesting and beautiful places.”

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