Where to Walk Around the Bristol Spire
If you’re having a plastic surgery treatment from Elena at the Bristol Spire, we want you to enjoy the surrounding area. This article will explain a bit about the local parks and green spaces, all within a short distance of the clinic. Whether you want to run, practice tai-chi or go for a gentle stroll, these places offer the ideal opportunity for exercise and reflection in the time surrounding your surgery.
The beautiful 400 acre space known as Clifton Down as used for grazing at one time but has now become a huge asset to the citizens of Bristol. With the long straight road known as Ladies Mile down one side, and Stoke Road at right angles, this parkland is the ideal spot for running or dog walking and is much enjoyed as such. Along with Durdham Down, this area is known often simply as the Downs by the locals.
Clifton Down has dedicated cycle paths, as well as bridleway’s for horseriding. Kite flyers flock here due to its exposed, open location.
Nature Lovers on the Bristol Downs
Nature lovers visiting Elena’s clinic should be delighted to find out there is a nesting peregrine falcon on Clifton Down, along with noteable geology and magical views of the Clifton Suspension Bridge. Over 65 different species of bird have been spotted on the site.
North of Clifton Down, Durdham Down continues the open expanse of grass and woodland that is one of Bristol’s most important green spaces. With it’s stunning avenues of horse chestnut trees, and bordered on the west by the spectacular Avon Gorge, this is one of the best places in the city for contemplation in nature.