North Somerset Walks


Pathways through Summer Walk Puxton Moor


Restored footbridges and pedestrian gates have opened up the moor between Congresbury and Puxton to walkers for the first time in years.

Pathways through Summer Walk Puxton Moor

How to get there Start at map ref: ST 437638 Car: Congresbury is on the A370. Free parking is available at the Bristol Road car park. Turn into Kent Road, which is near the junction, then Gooseham Mead. Bus: The X1 and W1 run along the A370. From August, a council supported 88 service will also run

Start the walk from the Bristol Road and High Street junction. Head into Broad Street, passing the Grade II-listed village cross, and turn right into Paul’s Causeway. Go over the cobbled steps, past the pretty Court House, and the footpath is in front of you, behind a fence. This leads to the graveyard of the 13th century St Andrew’s Church. Keep to the left, then exit over a stile on your left. Cross the field, veering to your right, towards another stile. Go over the bridge and walk alongside the rhyne. Follow the path round and you come out onto the Strawberry Line walk and cycle path. Cross straight over, between the hedge and rhyne, and through a gate. Continue ahead. You are walking alongside Littlewall Rhyne, which is on your righthand side. Watch out for stinging nettles and thorns here, but you might also see some dragonflies. Go over the stile and continue on, alongside the rhyne. At the gate, cross the rhyne and enter the field, keeping to the left-hand side. About half way along is another gate and a footbridge over the rhyne. Cross here, then head diagonally right across the next field, towards the farm buildings. Exit through the kissing gate and turn left onto Dolemoor Lane

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Pathways through Summer Walk Puxton Moor
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