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Bathampton Meadows

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Bathampton Meadows is the first 'green corridor' for the National Trust and links the world heritage city of Bath to the countryside beyond.
Follow the route from Kensington Meadows along the River Avon to Bathampton Meadows taking in the villages of Bathampton, Bathford and Batheaston on the way. Part of the grassland is grazed by sheep most of the year and a shared walking and cycle path can be found at the start.
Abundant with wildflowers during spring, you'll be able to spot butterflies and other wildlife. It's a popular area for bats which can be seen at dusk and if you're an early riser you might catch beavers along the river.
Visable from much of Bath, the meadows can be seen from Little Solsbury Hill nearby and vantage points on the Bath Skyline.
 

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