A walk unpacking the geology that allowed the hot springs to form, and then walking river-side to give a fresh bio-regional/river watershed perspective on Bath and the climate and nature emergencies that the City and all of us face.
The walk is 1.25 miles, starting and finishing from outside the World Heritage Centre, York Street. The walk is flat and mainly on pavements, accessible and will take 1.5 hours. The walk is suitable for all ages.
The walk involves short strolls and then stopping and discussing the issues.
Well behaved dogs welcome.
The walk leader is Dr Richard Mann, representing the River Avon Bioregion Group. You can find out more about the group here.
Booking essential, you can book your free place here – Book Bioregional Perspective.
Image credit: River Avon, Pulteney Bridge: cc-by-sa/2.0 – © David Dixon – geograph.org.uk/p/3781447