Chew Magna - Dundry - Chew Magna

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A walk from the village of Chew Magna near Bristol, which takes you uphill to Dundry. From here you have fine views across the City of Bristol and of three suspension bridges. The walk takes you back across fields and along lanes to Chew Magna.

You start in Chew Magna (which I believe was once Britain's first zero carbon village). It is a bustling, large village - it has shops! and pubs! plus many old buildings.

You head out from Chew on the Samaritan's Way across fields (some uphill!) to Dundry. You get some great views from Dundry before taking tracks and lanes to East Dundry. From here, you return to Chew via the Three Peaks Way.

England - South West England - Bristol - Avon Valley

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Industrial Archaeology
23/08/2016 - Ros Wilson

Quite an adventure. Paths across fields were not visible, so exit points were a bit tricky. A lot of instructions for what seemed quite straightforward on the map. BUT they are all necessary! At 9 there were electric wires so I made a detour. At 15 the gate was hidden in a scrubby triangle. The stone stile in 24 requires youth/long legs. The walk is a bit longer than stated, nearer to 8 miles. Thanks Charlie. I had a great day.

31/12/2013 - Barry Hood

A great walk with excellent views and not too strenuous. Just right for a Sunday afternoon, thoroughly enjoyable.

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