“A short run from the city centre brings runners to the hills above Bath, through meadows, ancient woodlands and valleys.”
— Rodger Greer
Features: Cave — Fall Colors — Views
The trail is slick in spots when wet, so wear some grippy shoes if possible.
Do not miss this trail above the ancient city of Bath. This route is amazingly diverse. To access the start, runners can begin in the city centre and head up a roadway known as the Cleveland Walk. From there, the singletrack includes steep climbs through ancient woodlands, with tangled roots, rocks and a some stairs. The path winds through the woods, sometimes opening up into meadows with cattle, sheep and panoramic views of the city and surrounding countryside.