Two Tunnels Greenway

How to Find the Two Tunnels Greenway

Maps and Resources

Resources from Sustrans

The Two Tunnels Greenway is Sustrans route number '244'

Ordnance Survey

Ordnance Survey Explorer sheet 155 - 'Bristol and Bath' - shows the route

Online maps

Here's Openstreetmap, centred on the Two Tunnels route

GPX route data

Here's a GPX file of the Two Tunnels and Canal Towpath Bath: 12.5 miles - primarily for use on GPS-enabled devices, including most modern smartphones. On the link, right mouse-click and save to your device. Google Earth will also open GPX files. Be aware that if you open the link in a web browser, these will display as xml and look like a lumpkin of data.


267 Frome to Bath serves the south end and can return you to the city centre, allowing you a one-way walk (closest stop Hope and Anchor Midford).

The 94 serves Monkton Combe and many other villages, and allows you all sorts of adventures. For ideas, check our welcome page.


Oldfield Park Station is closest to the route.


Newbridge Park and Ride (BA1 3NB) is recommended. Leave your car at the park and ride and head east along the Upper Bristol Road in the direction of the city, and then take the first right (Brassmill Lane) then on to the river towpath. Lastly, following signs, cross the green steel footbridge over the river.

Hotels close to Two Tunnels Bath

You'll find many options for accommodation in Bath. Note that Travelodge, the budget hotel chain has three in the city centre and one of them, Travelodge Bath Waterside, at the south side of the city centre, is well situated for the route, within a few minutes walk of the railway station, has the shops and businesses of Widcombe High Street across the road, and is beside the canal - one of the best towpath walks in the UK is close at hand.

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Two Tunnels: Made in Bath.