Hidden away in BS9, Bristol, lies the beautiful Trym Woods and the possibility of wonderful, wild walks and adventures aplenty.
We visited Trym Woods yesterday, entering via a little entrance on the corner of Bell Barn Road and Shirehampton Road in Stoke Bishop, BS9. The River Trym runs through the woods and there are flat paths following the river, however, you can branch off wherever you want to follow little paths through the trees and bracken.
We discovered twisty trees, log bridges, rope swings and dens!
I recommend a wild walk through Trym Woods with your kids; they will find lots of fun things to see and do. However, if you do access the woods the same entrance we did, pushchairs and prams won’t be practical; it is very muddy at the moment!
When lockdown is over, my friend recommends another nearby walk to this one; she tells me that if you continue across the road for half a mile you reach the Seven Train railway line which you can catch back to Redland. Apparently the view of the river is amazing!