Learn about the incredible history behind Southern England's premier canal
The Kennet and Avon Canal was completed in 1810, as a major transport route. After its heyday and decline it was fully restored by 1990.
Today, the towpath alongside the canal is also fully restored and makes for a great walking route with wonderful views and scenery.
Our walks will all discover a rural section of this remarkable 87-mile long waterway.
Depending on the section chosen we will see locks, bridges, boats and wildlife, together with plenty of the canal’s history.