Leigh Woods - Dog friendly Walk, Bristol

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Leigh Woods - Dog friendly Walk, Bristol
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Leigh Woods - Dog friendly Walk, Bristol

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North Road, Bristol, BS8 3PZ, united-kingdom


National Trust Leigh Woods

Discover spectacular views, ancient trees, an abundance of wildlife and much more on these two short, circular walks around Leigh Woods.


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Picnics are very welcome at Leigh Woods. No barbeques, ground fires or camping please. Remember to take all rubbish home with you.There are picnic tables outside the National Trust Office on Valley Road (no public parking).

Toilets are available next to the National Trust office on Valley Road during office hours (there is no public parking on Valley Road).

From March to October, during the weekends, coffees, cakes and icecream is available outside the National Trust Office on Valley Road from 10am till 4pm.Café (not National Trust) at Ashton Court Visitor Centre, less than a mile from Leigh Woods

The George gastro-pub is located in Abbots Leigh, on the A369, 2 miles from the Leigh Woods entrance

Dogs are welcome under close control. Please clean up after your dog; a dog bin is provided at the North Road entrance

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