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Download a pdf of the Colliers Way leaflet here (3mb) Download a pdf of the Sustrans Colliers Way leaflet here or visit their website.


North Somerset is abundant in footpaths, cycle ways, and excellent circular routes. Among some of the more interesting rides and walks are these available in PDF format which you can download and print out to take with you or load onto a portable device to navigate your way around.

To download a map, click the 'download map' button next the desired route and the map will be downloaded in PDF format to your computer, where you can print the document or save it for future viewing. If you do not have PDF Adobe reader installed on your computer please click here to download it.


Radstock Town Walk

The route is mostly flat surfaced and fully accessible, with only the optional loop of churchyard and open-air pools being steep or grassed.

Radstock - Haydon Walk

Approximately 3 miles, taking around one hour. Fields waterlogged in wet weather!

Radstock - Whitelands Walk

A circular walk of one and a half milestaking around one hour.

Radstock - Fosseway Walk

Demanding walk, Approximately 2 and a half miles taking around 2 hours sometimes over steep and rough surfaces.

Mells & Buckland Down

A five and a half mile/two to three hour walk around Mells, Buckland Down and Mells Road.

Courtesy Nigel Vile. For further information, visit

Radstock to Kilmersdon

A Three and a half mile/two hour walk taking in Radstock, Haydon and Kilmersdon.

Courtesy Nigel Vile. For further information, visit

Buckland Dinham

A four mile/two hour walk on footpaths, bridleways and the Colliers Way.

Courtesy Nigel Vile. For further information, visit


A four mile/two hour walk around Kilmersdon and Babbington.

Courtesy Nigel Vile. For further information, visit


Radstock to Mells & Shoscombe

Fifteen and a half miles/two and a half hours ride (can be shortened to just over 11 miles). Radstock to Mells on the Colliers Way, on country lanes to Shoscombe and back again on the Colliers Way again.


If you wish to use Ordnance Survey maps showing the Colliers Way route you will need the following:

Landranger (1:50,000, smaller scale, pink covers):

Explorer (1:25,000, larger scale, orange covers):

Maps should be available in larger towns: Bath, Bradford-on-Avon, Frome, Midsomer Norton, also Radstock Museum, or purchase online from Ordnance Survey.
Map cover images courtesy Ordnance Survey

Colliers Way treasure hunt

A photo-based hunt along the Colliers Way, for children and adults alike, ideal for family parties. Download the pdf file, print it out and take it with you on your outing. If the weather is likely to be damp, you could laminate your printout first to protect it.