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Snuff mills .

Bristol, England

Snuff mills .

Length2.7 mi
Elev. Gain72.2 ft
Est. Steps6000
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Snuff mills . is a 2.7 mile (6,000-step) route located near Bristol, England. This route has an elevation gain of about 72.2 ft and is rated as easy. Find the best walking trails near you in Pacer App.

Snuff Mills

Snuff Mills is a park in the Stapleton area of north Bristol, also known as Whitwood Mill.There are pleasant walks along the steep wooded banks of the River Frome, for example to Oldbury Court. The park was purchased in 1926 by the Corporation of Bristol as "a pleasure walk for citizens of Bristol" and restored in the 1980s by the Fishponds Local History Society.

Glenside, Bristol

Glenside campus is the home of the Faculty of Health and Applied Sciences at the University of the West of England (UWE), Bristol. It is located on Blackberry Hill in the suburb of Fishponds. Its clocktower is a prominent landmark, visible from the M32 motorway. Several of the buildings on the site are Grade II listed.

Blackberry Hill Hospital

Blackberry Hill Hospital is an NHS psychiatric hospital in Fishponds, Bristol, England, specialising in forensic mental health services, operated by the Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust. The hospital also offers Drug and Alcohol Rehab inpatient services, and is the base for a number of Community Mental Health teams.

Glenside Museum

Glenside Museum is situated within the Glenside Campus of the University of the West of England in Fishponds, Bristol, England.The museum was founded by Dr Donal F. Early; a consultant psychiatrist at Glenside Hospital from the 1950s. He collected items of memorabilia and started a collection on the balcony of the dining hall of Glenside.

Oldbury Court Estate

Oldbury Court Estate is a park in Fishponds, Bristol, about 3 miles (4.8 km) north-east of the city centre.It is a park of Bristol City Council, and is a Grade II listed park and garden. Its area is 23.33 hectares (57.6 acres); the parkland contains woods and riverside wildlife. The paths along the River Frome form part of the Frome Valley Walkway.

Beaufort War Hospital

Beaufort War Hospital was a military hospital in Stapleton district, now Greater Fishponds, of Bristol during the First World War. Before the war, it was an asylum called the Bristol Lunatic Asylum, and after the war it became the psychiatric hospital called Glenside Hospital.

Frome Vale (ward)

Frome Vale is one of thirty-five city council wards in Bristol, England, and is named after the River Frome.It includes the suburbs of Broomhill and Fishponds, and also the Glenside campus of the University of the West of England.

River Frome


Ham Lane

Tourist Attraction

Attenuation Pond

Route Details


2.7 mi

Elev. Gain

72.2 ft

Est. Steps

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