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Best Bristol dog walks for wild garlic

We love this time of year – Spring is upon us, days are getting lighter and when walking through the woods you can smell the garlic in the air. We just love picking a bunch of the leaves and flowers to incorporate it into our dinner later that evening, making wild garlic pesto or wild garlic soup, or just throwing it in some salads. Here are our top dog walks to go on this month if, like us, you can’t get enough of it!

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Paradise Bottom

Part of Leigh Woods, but a beautiful and varied dog walk in its own right, walk through Giant Redwoods, a variety of ancient trees and small pools for a doggy paddle

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Harridge Wood Nature Reserve

A magical woodland walk with a beautiful stream and waterfall

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Manor Woods Valley

A nature reserve with a large wildlife meadow, green spaces, woodland and The Malago stream running through

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Snuff Mills

Woodland walk starting at the old water mill and landscaped gardens, walk alongside the river for plenty of dog swimming opportunities

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Badock's Wood

A haven in the city, this beautiful area is varied and offers all different types of walks

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Priors Wood

From late April, the forest floor is covered in a carpet of bluebells, making this a very popular walk in spring time

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National Trust Prior Park Landscape Gardens

Stunning National Trust 18th-century landscaped gardens in Bath

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West Tanpit Wood

A beautiful hidden gem - a woodland walk with a babbling brook through ancient trees

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Bourton Combe

A peaceful, shady woodland with well-defined paths and tracks

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Blaise Castle Estate

Huge, popular 650-acre estate containing a manor house, folly castle, children's play area and woodland

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Lower Woods Wickwar

Large ancient 700 acre woodland between Wickwar and Hawkesbury Upton off Inglestone Common

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Golden Valley Nature Reserve

Hidden paradise in Wick with stunning views of an old weir and the old quarry that has now been turned into a lake

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Arnos Vale Cemetery

Popular, tranquil and historic Victorian garden cemetery with a welcoming atmosphere

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National Trust Newark Park

A spectacular estate and grounds looked after by The National Trust

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Warmley Forest Park

A lovely and varied walk where your dog can run around, explore and swim

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King's Wood & Cross Plain

National Trust ancient woodland and stunning scenic peak in the Mendip Hills near Axbridge and Winscombe which leads onto Crook Peak

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Nightingale Valley

A hidden gem in Brislington, where the Brislington Brook runs through a woodland valley, a great spot for a doggy paddle