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Little Solsbury Hill

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Field of Grass

a nice of green nice hills that i can see bird of some seagull that was some spring of water that... read more

Reviewed 23 June 2016
Donna H
Peter Gabriel was right.....excellent

Solsbury Hill was made famous by Peter Gabriel's 1977 song...and he was right it is excellent... read more

Reviewed 13 May 2016
ESVincent
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Believed to be the site of King Arthur's decisive victory, Battle of Mt. Badon, this high hill overlooks scenic Bath.
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Reviewed 23 June 2016

a nice of green nice hills that i can see bird of some seagull that was some spring of water that was fresh windy air.

Thank Donna H
Reviewed 13 May 2016

Solsbury Hill was made famous by Peter Gabriel's 1977 song...and he was right it is excellent. There are several routes up from Bath or Bath Easton and the National Trust has excellent on line guides. Walking up from Batheaston takes about an hour via Solbsury...More

1  Thank ESVincent
Reviewed 25 April 2016

We parked in Batheaston (there is free parking on Coalpit Road, technically for customers of the pub or fish-shop, but there was no attendant and when we asked in the pub they said we were fine to park there). From the town it's a fairly...More

1  Thank Francesca R
Reviewed 13 November 2015

You can make a day of it by walking along the canal from Bath city centre, stopping off at the Bathampton Mill for lunch, and then carrying on through Batheaston and up Solsbury Lane to reach the hill fort. After stopping to enjoy the fantastic...More

1  Thank emma1851
Reviewed 30 October 2015

We walked up to Little Solsbury Hill while visiting Bath September 21st. The climb is certainly worth it. The day that we went the weather and disability were excellent. We took lots of great pics.

Thank Brian S
Reviewed 8 September 2015

Beautiful views from beautiful Solsbury hill. Shame about the unecesssary dual carriage way so close. Build more roads, get more traffic, doesn't take a brain surgeon to work it out!!

Thank Dskunk
Reviewed 30 August 2015

This is one of our favourite walks. Obviously it's uphill on the way up - But it is worth the effort once at the top. The top is flat and easy to walk round with amazing views. Up, down and round the top once can...More

Thank Annette H
Reviewed 6 July 2015 via mobile

First, how to get there. Coming into Bath from the A363, at the end of the road you will come to a roundabout. Do NOT go left onto the dual carriageway, take the second exit (directly ahead). Drive along a little way and look out...More

3  Thank Northwoodlass
Reviewed 20 April 2015 via mobile

Greats views of town and a fitting waypoint on any walk along the St Catherine's Valley. The old Iron Age fort landscaping gives it a little more interest.

Thank Chris S
Reviewed 27 March 2015

good workout to climb this hill and see the fantastic views over the town of Bath. Then on to the Bathampton Mill to recuperate with food and drink

Thank Celia G
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