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An excellent ride

Did the Two Tunnels Circuit with my wife earlier this week. Took around 4 hours which included... read more

Reviewed 20 July 2018

We decided to walk the tunnels with our dog and it was interesting hearing the music in the big... read more

Reviewed 15 July 2018
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Reviewed 20 July 2018

Did the Two Tunnels Circuit with my wife earlier this week. Took around 4 hours which included plenty of stops for photos and lunch. Thoroughly enjoyed the experience of the tunnels and it was refreshingly cool on such a warm day! The ride along the...More

Thank Graham52
Reviewed 15 July 2018 via mobile

We decided to walk the tunnels with our dog and it was interesting hearing the music in the big tunnel. Lots of people cycling but we decided to walk it. I want to see what it’s like in the winter as it might be a...More

Thank Themanfrom
Reviewed 12 July 2018

We hired bikes at the Canal Area Nr Monkton Coombe - Bath Bike Hire and Narrowboat Hire - GBP15 all day, Kids GBP10. There is easy parking by the centre GBP5 per day. The round circuit bike ride through the amazing English Countryside and into...More

Thank Charles D
Reviewed 25 June 2018

I last visited the tunnels in 1972 before the path was official, and was hugely looking forward to walking the section from Bear Flat again. Sadly the weather was against us, it was freezing in the tunnels, particularly the longer one, and quite honestly we...More

1  Thank AggiePirate
Reviewed 23 April 2018 via mobile

We did the circular cycle ride, starting from Bathampton going clockwise. The route is beautiful along the canal and aqueduct. The tunnels are really good fun - they are a little dark so do use lights. The route back through Bath couldn't be simpler. Plenty...More

Thank Dr-S-White
Reviewed 16 April 2018

Very long main tunnel with adequate lighting, the lights on one wall of the shorter tunnel were out (there were warning signs of reduced lighting at the entrance) which did make it quite tricky. There is actually a third tunnel (very short) just before Midford...More

1  Thank Thomas M
Reviewed 6 April 2018

I'd wanted to go through the tunnels ever since Sustrans opened them up and we walked as we were in Combe Down without Bikes. I remember watching the puffs of smoke/steam rising from the cutting between the two tunnels as a young lad from the...More

1  Thank HamptonKex
Reviewed 2 April 2018 via mobile

A real hidden gem. A fabulous bike ride. Climbing steadily out of Bath up to the tunnels. A great surface , lighting and piped music. It is so different and a memory of a lifetime

1  Thank ShropshireBoy
Reviewed 13 January 2018

A quite wonderful cycle ride and if you are in Bath you absolutely have to do this, or if in Bristol cycle the Bristol to Bath route and do this when you are almost at the end..superb and not like anything I have cycled before.

1  Thank LondonFet
Reviewed 21 October 2017 via mobile

We set off one Saturday to look for the tunnels. I'm not really sure what we expected but we certainly didn't expect to be walking around Bath city centre and sleeping rough in our search. After several weeks we finally found the foot path to...More

2  Thank Paulp2974
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2 February 2018|
Response from David T | Reviewed this property |
Walking from Bath (Oldfield Park) to Midford took about about 1.5 hours with a break to the lake at Tucking Mill. Then 2.5 hours from Midford to Midsomer Norton with a break at Radstock Museum and a walk over Five Arches... More
8 July 2017|
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Response from Restless59 | Reviewed this property |
Yes there is at the Limpley Stoke end of tow path. Also a small car park. You can also hire canal boats. Driving in on A36 as you come down winding hill towards Bathampton & Bath at set of traffic light turn right... More