Kelston Roundhill is a beautiful hillside walk with spectacular views over Bath and Bristol. On a clear day, you might be able to see the Severn bridges, across to Wales, the Wiltshire Downs and the Mendip Hills. You may already know the distinctive shape of Kelston Roundhill, without even knowing it!
Kelston Roundhill is accessible from a number of walking routes, as it lies between Saltford, Lansdown and Weston. There is livestock in some fields, so please make sure your dog is on a lead for these areas.
The easiest way Kelston Roundhill by car: From Bristol direction, drive past The Crown Inn and turn into a lane signposted ‘No Through Road’. The lane soon widens out, and there is ample on-road parking.
The official website directions are: ‘Public access to ‘Kelston Clump’ at the top of Kelston Roundhill on foot is via one of three permissive paths. Two lead from the Cotswold Way: one from the south towards Weston and the other to the east towards Prospect Stile. The third runs to Cullimore’s Lane which takes you to Kelston village, the Old Crown pub and the Bath Soft Cheese shop and cafe. They are not rights of way, and they are not bridleways.’
PLEASE NOTE: Kelston Roundhill is accessed by permissive paths, therefore please take all rubbish with you and leave no trace.
There are many different routes to walk to Kelston Roundhill, below are details of just ONE route (see the picture of the map below):
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