Look out for the seven sisters. They are a circle of pine trees, five of which are original having been planted about 1871. The two added in 1991 replaced losses from the 1990 storm. They stand on a slight mound situated on a high point of Durdham Down, a location thought to have been a Bronze Age round barrow dating from some 3-4,000 years ago.
Make your way to the cliff edge overlooking the River Avon and in sight of the bridge.
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