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A map of the woodland trails is available at the two entrance sites. From the south eastern edge of the forest, you can enjoy stunning views of the gorge as well as the Clifton Suspension bridge. The woods also descend into the valley from where you can join the river Avon path. Ashton Court is a verdant park and wood set in the grounds of a stately manor. Ashton Court is reachable by foot via the Clifton Suspension bridge and Leigh Woods, or via Hotwells by crossing the river. There are three car parks on-site, all pay and display. Ashton Court offers many attractions, such as deer parks, walking trails to enjoy with your family, friends and dogs, a golf course and a mountain bike course.
The park is one of the take-off sites for the famous hot air balloons you regularly see flying over Bristol. Ashton Court also presents lovely views of the city of Bristol and its surrounding valleys and hills. Snuff Mills is a woodland area that follows the River Frome.
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The woods create an enchanting setting for a river walk along the Frome Valley Walkway. Snuff Mills is hidden in the Stapleton area of Bristol, a minute drive from the centre. The entrance and car park for the landmark can be found along the quaint street of River View. Snuff Mills, as its name indicates, features old mills dotted along the riverbank which you can explore.
Nested in an enchanting valley, the landmark seems a timeless place and you easily forget that you are in the city. If you follow the riverside path upstream, you will reach Oldbury Court Estate, the grounds of a former stately home now transformed into a leisure area. Blaise Castle Estate is a large park and woodland located 20 minutes to the north west of Bristol centre.
Blaise Castle offers one of the top walks in Bristol.