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Clevedon Walk

Nestling between Portishead and Weston-super-Mare, Clevedon is a thriving seaside town home to some 23,000 people. Its jewel is the Grade 1 listed pier, the only intact one in the UK.

Clevedon walk

Distance: 3.0 miles
Time: 02:30
Advice: Some sections of the walk are not suitable for unaccompained wheelchairs. Parents with young children should take care as parts of the walk are along busy roads and near water. Those pushing double buggies may require an additional helper.
In brief: A walk taking in much of Clevedon's heritage and breathtaking views.

Start: The Triangle in the centre of Clevedon
Points of interest: The Triangle, Pier, Curzon cinema, Marine Lake, Bristol Channel views, bandstand, Wain's Hill, St Andrew's church.
More info: OS Landranger map number 172. OS Explorer map number 153

Contact details:
address: Clevedon, North Somerset

Refreshments: There are numerous shops, cafes and public houses around the route.

Parking: On-street parking available as well as several public car parks. Please make sure you park legally and considerately.


Map

There are many interesting things to see on this walk including breathtaking scenery from the coastal path on Poets' Walk.

last updated: 01/08/05
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