A glorious walk through the Limpley Stoke valley from Dundas Aqueduct to the centre of Bath. The walk takes in some wonderful scenery alongside the canal and although it is just over 5 miles, it is completely flat. There may even be time for a cup of tea in Bathampton or a quick look at the last resting place of the first Governor of Australia (Admiral Arthur Philip).

Spot the WW2 Ammunition Depot? A walk along the historic Kennet & Avon Canal through one of the most beautiful valleys. The walk may include visiting the church at Bathampton.

Start Date Thursday 20th September 2018
Start Time 10:15
Duration 3 to 4 hours
Distance 6 miles, or 10km
Places Available 20
Meeting Point Outside Bath Spa Railway Station


Start / Finish

Meet outside the main entrance to Bath Spa Railway Station at 10.15am. We will be taking the D1 bus from the bus station, next to the railway station to Limpley Stoke at 10.35, so please be prompt. We will finish at the same place.


All flat, some of it is next to the canal.


Public loos at the start/finish and at Bathampton.


Richard Mann

Meeting Point

Outside Bath Spa Railway Station