Bath to Frome

Travel to the eastern tip of the Mendip Hills on National Cycle routes 4, 24 and 48. The route starts on Pulteney Bridge near the centre of Bath and follows National Cycle route 4 along the River Avon and the Kennet & Avon Canal before turning south west along National Cycle route 24 near Monkton Combe. You'll then follow a series of quiet roads and a dismantled railway line to Radstock. This section runs along the Wellow Brook and has views of the Midford Hills and Midford Castle.
From here, the route turns south east along a disused railway track before a short on road section takes you into Frome. The route finishes with a spell along the River Frome with the route finishing near Frome train station.

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Bath to Frome Ordnance Survey Map - view and print off detailed OS map

Bath to Frome Aerial Photo View Map

Distance25 miles (40 km)
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Route Photos
Pulteney Bridge, Bath
Along the Kennet & Avon Canal near Bath
Somerset Coal Canal, near Monkton Combe
Near Monkton Combe
Midford Castle
Wellow Brook
Dismantled railway, near Radstock
Great Elm, near Frome

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