After the success of the first Ten Easy Access Trails, ten more Parish Councils were given the opportunity to create an easily accessible circular walks in their parishes.
The same criteria applied, in that the main focus of the trails was to remove physical barriers such as stiles and replace them with kissing gates and hand gates to make them easier to use by more people.
The co-ordination of the project, the improvements of the paths on the ground and the design of the route guides and maps was by South Gloucestershire Council, but parish councils chose the routes themselves, and compiled the directions and descriptions of interesting points along and near to the walks. Take these with you out on the routes, and look out for the Easy Access waymarks.
The trails were originally published as paper booklets, so here we've reproduced them to download, print or take with you on a mobile device. The booklets are shown separated out: first, information about all walks, then each walk individually.
The second set of parish trails are below. They were: Alveston, Charfield, Downend & Bromley Heath, Marshfield, Pilning & Severn Beach, Siston, Stoke Gifford, Thornbury, Wick & Abson and Wickwar. To see the others, see the separate page.
(The second series of) Ten (more) Easy Access Trails in South Gloucestershire
Introduction to the second ten trails, with contents, an overview map and a key for the route maps.
To be completed - a 0.0km (0.0 mile) circular walk around a parish
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