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Best Bristol dog walks for bluebells

One of the best times of the year for dog walkers, where woodlands are transformed into bright colours and paths meander through a carpet of dainty native English bluebells. Bella just loves running through the woods and exploring the many new smells that spring up at this time of year. Here are some of the best Bristol dog walks for bluebells spotting.

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Abbots Pool

A beautiful walk with woodland paths centred around a large pool with spots for picnics

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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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Goblin Combe

Gorgeous, old, 130 acres fairytale-like woodland with an amazing hillside viewpoint

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Leigh Woods

A gem in Bristol, Leigh Woods is well loved for its beautiful winding woodland walks and spectacular panoramic view of Clifton Suspension Bridge

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Arnos Vale Cemetery

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

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Greyfield Wood & Stephen's Vale Waterfall

A beautiful, peaceful woodland with an enchanting waterfall and stream

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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

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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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Lord's Wood

A large, beautiful woodland with numerous paths, pool and streams

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Ashton Hill

Woodland wanderings between ancient trees and redwoods