Short Self-Guided Walks for Science

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Walk two routes from Temple Meads to Bristol Bridge, using an app that will guide you and ask a few questions about your walking experience (e.g. how pleasant the environment is) and about yourself (e.g. your age group).

These walks are part of the research project Walking Environments and Experiences (WalkEE), led by researchers from UWE together with universities in New Zealand and Argentina. The project aims to test the use of an app (Go Jauntly) to examine the links between environments and walking experiences, across different people, in different parts of the world.

Taking part is easy:

  1. Download Go Jauntly for free and create an account
  2. Whenever you want to stroll: search “WalkEE”, choose one of the two walks, read the information about the research, and proceed if you are happy to participate, guided by the app

We hope you enjoy participating!

Starting Point

Temple Meads Station, Friary Exit (The Sq)

Finishing Point

Bristol Bridge

Go Jauntly Link
Contact Email
Link to Walk
0.6 to 0.9 miles (1 to 1.4 km)
15 mins
Event facilities

Accessible by public transport, Buggy friendly, Dogs on leads welcome, Family friendly, Mobility scooter friendly, Refreshments available to purchase, Toilets, Visually impaired friendly, Walk/event repeated during the festival, Wheelchair friendly

Booking Required
Walk Grade
Easy – mainly flat on paved surfaces without features such as steps and hills. Walking at a gentle pace