“Walking is man’s best medicine,” said Hippocrates. We agree, and the Lower Severn Vale Levels offer scenery, history and wildlife to tempt walkers of all abilities. All you need is some sturdy footwear (wellies in winter), water and snacks, comfortable clothing, a waterproof jacket (weather depending) and a good map.
A Forgotten Landscape created fifteen brand new walking routes across the area – ten regular walks and five ‘easy access’ ones. See the map here.
As well as these, you can try the trails created by the Pilning and Severn Beach History Group or Olveston Parish. Parts of the area also sit along national routes such as The Severn Way and The Jubilee Way.