Country lanes through Keynsham connect Bristol’s two railway paths, making for a relaxing 20-mile amble around the suburbs. You can stop off for a coffee and cake at Café Crème in Keynsham, or a pie and pint at the riverside Lock-Keeper, one of the most popular pubs in the area.
Leave Bristol on the Whitchurch Railway Path (NCN 3), but rather than crossing the A37, turn left towards Queen Charlton. Bear left after the village and you’ll arrive in the heart of Keynsham. From there, the path beside the A4175 will take you to the Bristol–Bath Railway Path – or you could just get the train home!