GPS Cycle and Walking Routes


Three Peaks Walk

17 miles (27 km)

This is a fairly hilly circular route taking you through some of the most peaceful and attractive countryside in Somerset.
The walk starts and finishes in the pretty village of Chew Magna and follows the path to Pensford and then back via Clutton.
You will climb Knowle Hill, Maes Knoll, and Blackberry Hill (three peaks) while enjoying excellent views of the Mendip Hills, Dundry Hill and the surrounding Chew Valley countryside. The route also passes very close to the popular Chew Valley Lake where you will find a lovely nature trail on the eastern shores. The trail is well surfaced and offers great views across the lake towards Denny Island, a nesting site for Great Crested Grebe, Tufted Duck and Canada Geese. Near here you will also pass the pretty village of Pensford and the impressive Grade II listed Pensford Viaduct.

Three Peaks Walk OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking

Three Peaks Walk Open Street Map - Mobile GPS Map with Location tracking

Cycle Routes and Walking Routes Nearby

Photos

East from Maes Knoll - geograph.org.uk - 1384409

East from Maes Knoll. The eastern edge of the hill fort is in the foreground. New Barn Farm is to the right just above the hedgerow. Then houses at the top of Hursley Hill.

Knowle Hill - geograph.org.uk - 212778

Knowle Hill. A view towards the summit of Knowle hill through the bracken. The area is open access land and a maze of rough pathways wind their way through the bracken to the summit.

Elevation Profile

GPS Files

GPX File

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Memory Map Route

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