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Stops 1 (Emerson Green Library) to Stop 9 (Magotsfield Station) are wheelchair and mobility scooter accessible; however, the route then crosses a short patch of rough ground that can be muddily heading into Pomperty Hill. To by-pass this section, continue along the cycle path till you reach the north end of The Chain and Wheel Earthbank sculpture, rejoining the route at stop 13 Bristol to Bath Cycle Path & Mound. 

This website still provides audio for the by-passed stops: Stop 10, Pomphrey Hill, Stop 11, The Dramway, and Stop 12. These locations can also be viewed from the cycle path. 

Produced by

A volunteering project by local resident Lenni Langreiter for the Duke of Edinburgh Award.


Emersons Green Town Council, Staple Hill & Mangotsfield Parish Council and South Gloucestershire County Council have kindly given the tour and signage permissions. If you have any questions, please contact:


Each QR code needs a modern HTML5 capable browser and officially supports Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Edge and Internet Explorer 11.

The Emerson Green audio tour is delivered via small video (max size 11,450 KB). Each QR Code links to a separate video optimised to run over 4G networks. Should you struggle to play any video files via the QR codes, Low-bandwidth, audio-only versions are available here.

Audio and photo credits

Photo Credit:

  • Lorna Cox (Chain and Wheel)

Music and Film Credits:


The information provided on this website and on the tour is provided to you in good faith. Whilst every effort has been made to ensure information on this site is accurate and up to date, we shall not accept responsibility for any loss, injury or inconvenience arising as a result of any error or omission. We reserve the right to make changes and corrections to any part of the content of this website at any time without prior notice. Participants are encouraged to exercise caution and use their own judgment while on the tour.

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