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Bradford on Avon Wheel


Based on Ordnance Survey's Explorer mapping blown up from the standard 1:25 000 scale, these maps really make navigation trouble-free and, with the greater clarity, help the user to spot interesting features so easily missed on a normal map.
Easy to read mapping at a scale of 1:16 000 (approx 4 inches to a mile)
Laminated for weatherproofing
Useful scale ruler for distance and walk time

Double-sided map 62 x 32 cms

The featured path is highlighted on the map

Publication Type
Around & About XL
Yellow Publications
Date Published
2016 - rev 4
Map Scale


Tourist/visitor information


Publisher's Information 2016

The Bradford on Avon Wheel is a 42-mile long walking network of public footpaths, lanes and some roads in a delightful corner of West Wiltshire.
The wheel interconnects the historic town of Bradford on Avon with the eight local parishes of South Wraxall, Holt, Staverton, Wingfield, Westwood, Winsley, Limpley Stoke and Monkton Farleigh.

The 5.8-mile inner circular route (orange) skirts Bradford on Avon and the 22.6-mile outer circular route (green) connects the eight parish villages. The eight spokes (blue) link the inner circle to the outer circle.

The network is designed to enable walkers to 'mix and match' walks in order to suit their walking interests, time and capability.

Paths Covered by this Publication:

10 km / 6 miles
37 km / 23 miles

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