National Cycle Route 33
This is the complete route for Sustrans National Cycle Route 33, running from Bristol to the Devon coast at Seaton.
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Highlights on the route include Ashton Court Park on the Festival Way section and the splendid Tyntesfield House, slightly off the route near Bristol.
Cycle Routes on National Cycle Route 33
- Festival Way - This largely traffic free route runs along National Cycle Network Route 33 from Bristol to Nailsea
- Bridgwater to Burnham-on-Sea - Follow the trail from Bridgwater to Burnham-on-Sea on this pleasant ride through Somerset.
The ride starts with a lovely traffic free section along the River Parret in Bridgwater before heading into the countryside to Chedzoy
- Burnham to Weston - Follow National Cycle Network Route 33 from Burnham on Sea to Weston-Super-Mare on this lovely coastal ride
- Weston to Brean - This lovely coastal cycle ride runs along National Cycle Network Route 33 from Weston-Super-Mare to Brean Down. The route was opened in 2017 and runs for just under 7 miles from the seafront in Weston to the beautiful natural pier at Brean Down. It's quite a flat route, using a nice surfaced footpath with a moderate climb onto the down towards the end. Highlights on the route include nice views of the Mendip Hills and a waterside section along the River Axe. There's also a lovely run along Brean Sands and fabulous views from the hill top where the route finishes.
National Cycle Route 33 Ordnance Survey Map - view and print off detailed OS map
National Cycle Route 33 Open Street Map - view and print off detailed map
National Cycle Route 33 OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking
National Cycle Route 33 Open Street Map - Mobile GPS Map with Location tracking
Further Information and Other Local Ideas
The route is coincident with National Cycle Route 3 which runs from the Cornish coast at Land's End through Devon and Somerset before arriving at Bristol.