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“An attraction in its own right!”

Ranked #8 of 29 Outdoor Activities in Bath
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed 31 August 2013

Did this as part of a large cycling group and it is impressive for sure. I was slighly concerned that it is shared with joggers and walkers though. The joggers are the worst danger both to the cyclists and themselves as they approach with no visability of them at all. Walkers will see and hear bikes and move to the gravel area if they need too, joggers hear nothing!
The whle route is well worth the effort to Radstock which has a really good cafe oposite the bike shop. Great cakes :)

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Reviewed 27 August 2013

This whole venture was clearly a huge undertaking but one that has been well worth the time, money and effort. The surface is a high quality tarmac and all the bridges have been replaced so there are no roads to cross. The tunnels themselves are like nothing I have experienced on other cycle trails. You have to experience them to understand, just make sure your bike has a bell and lights so others know you are coming because it is easy to pick up speed especially going south.

Thank M T
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Reviewed 16 August 2013

Took an age for Sustrans to put this cycle way in place - but now it's here get on your bike and enjoy the ride. Being an old railway line, the gradients aren't difficult for most cyclists to manage and the ride from Bath to Midford is the start point for a number of options. Highlight (or should that be low light(ing)) is the Combe Down tunnel which seems to go on and on and on - brilliantly conserved and must have been an experience in the days of steam trains. Biggest bonus is that it's free and will contribute to your get-fit campaign!

Thank Steve R
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Reviewed 14 August 2013 via mobile

I've been through the tunnels twice now! Once on the bike and the second on roller skates! It really is great excercise without being too much for those with difficulties. The long tunnel is quite eerie with the cool feel, dim lights and music but well worth a visit. It's smooth enough for skates and bikes. Completely free and well worth a visit.

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Reviewed 22 July 2013

We cycled fthe Bath to Midford stretch of the route and went Into to two tunnels which was heavenly as the weather outside was very hot. The tunnels are lit and one had classical music being transmitted, quite surreal. People of all ages were walking, jogging or cycling and there are lots of access points along the way. The downside is finding it in the first place as there is a lack of signage but once found the scenery is wonderful and the road conditions are excellent.

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