In the meantime, sign up online for free travel offers from Travelwest to help find what works for you.
The team can help you with offers including:
Get your community moving
Are you a community group or organisation with a passion for getting people active? Got an idea which will increase walking, cycling or bus usage in your neighbourhood?
Find out about walking support on the next page.
Explore the parks and beautiful green spaces in east Bristol, find out about the wildlife and local history and meet new people.
Join a local walking group
To discover local walks in the area, why not join a walking group who meet regularly?
Go Jauntly walks
Go Jauntly is a free community-based walking and nature connection app that offers local trails for city dwellers seeking a quick dose of nature.
Based on a user’s location, simple photo guides lead walkers around urban areas and surrounding wildlife, from greenspaces to community gardens.
In Bristol, you can download all the local routes for free for offline use which is great for low-connectivity areas, conserving battery and helping to save money on data usage.
Barton Hill History Group have created local heritage trails. Find out about local history:
Other local walks:
Discover east Bristol
Take a look at interactive maps that cover East Bristol showing parks, nature reserves and other green spaces, along with family activity sheets to explore the area on days out.
East Bristol interactive map – showing Netham Park, Trooper’s Hill and St George Park
Severn Beach Line – showing Lawrence Hill, including Barton Hill Urban Park and Gaunt’s Ham Park.
If you have an idea of what would help you to walk, cycle and take the bus, please get in touch with the team.
Want to try cycling but don't know where to start?
Borrow a bike
The Travelwest team can lend you a bike to try out for free. Trial a city/hybrid, folding or electric bike for up to four weeks to find out if cycling is for you
Register for a free bike loan through the Travelwest team.