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The Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast path

by Bruce Robinson

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Published by H.M.S.O. in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • England,
  • Norfolk,
  • Suffolk
    • Subjects:
    • Walking -- England -- Norfolk -- Guidebooks.,
    • Walking -- England -- Suffolk -- Guidebooks.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementBruce Robinson.
      SeriesLong distance route guide ;, no. 13
      ContributionsGreat Britain. Countryside Commission.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDA670.N6 R62 1986
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 145 p., :
      Number of Pages145
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2315219M
      ISBN 100117011916
      LC Control Number86195763

      Route Description & Downloads. The National Trail combines two long distance walking trails; Peddars Way and the Norfolk Coast Path. The route starts in Suffolk at Knettishall Heath Country Park and follows the route of a Roman road to Holme-next-the-Sea on the north Norfolk coast. The Peddars Way and the Norfolk Coast Path combine to make a very accessible 93 mile walk, taking in the best parts of the Norfolk countryside and coastline. The Peddars Way is an ancient road dating back to the Bronze Age, then developed into a military route in Roman times and later used by pilgrims during the 15 th century.

      The Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path is a 93 mile national trail in East Anglia in the UK. The conventional way to hike it is from Knettishal Heath in Suffolk, heading north east along a Roman road through the Norfolk countryside to Hunstanton on the coast. Overview Two walks for the price of one. Starting near Thetford, the Peddars Way progresses north-northeasterly towards the coast and then turns right along the Norfolk coastline towards Cromer. The former passes through arable land and bracken heathland, the latter is very much an unspoilt coastline of marshes and sandy beaches. The path is almost.

      Find out what’s happening on the Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path by reading the experiences of the Trail Officers Blog. Baggage Services Long distance walking is a real pleasure, especially if you don't have to carry a heavy bag. Jan 08,  · All-in-one, practical guide to walking the Norfolk Coast Path and Peddars Way, with 75 large-scale walking maps and guides to 33 towns and villages, planning, places to stay and places to eat. The Norfolk Coast Path & Peddars Way cover miles of walking trails.4/5(1).


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The Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast path by Bruce Robinson Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path National Trail is an easy-to-follow mile trail that combines the best of inland and coastal walking in Norfolk, and one that, being well waymarked, largely flat and within easy reach of public transport for most of Author: Phoebe Smith.

The Norfolk Coast Path & Peddars Way cover miles of walking trails. The Peddars Way runs through East Anglia from Knettishall Heath on the Norfolk/Suffolk border and follows a Roman road to angelstouch16.com: Alexander Stewart.

Running 93 miles from the heathland and forest on the Norfolk-Suffolk border, via stunning sandy beaches, picturesque villages and wild, empty salt marsh to the traditional seaside resort of Cromer on the north Norfolk coast, the Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path is a wonderfully varied and interesting National angelstouch16.com: Bruce Robinson.

Jun 01,  · Peddars Way and the Norfolk Coast Path. The Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path together form the mile National Trail that starts near Knettishall in the Brecklands on the Norfolk-Suffolk border and runs north-west to meet the shores of the Wash near Hunstanton before turning east to follow the beautiful North Norfolk coastline to Cromer/5.

Peddars Way and the Norfolk Coast Path (National Trail Guides) [Bruce Robinson, Mike Robinson] on angelstouch16.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path together form the mile National Trail that starts near Knettishall in the Brecklands on the Norfolk-Suffolk border and runs north-west to meet the shores of the Wash near Hunstanton before turning east to Author: Bruce Robinson, Mike Robinson.

Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path (National Trail Guides) [Bruce Robinson, Mike Robinson] on angelstouch16.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Running 93 miles from the heathland and forest on the Norfolk-Suffolk border, via stunning sandy beaches4/5(1).

The Peddars Way runs 46 miles (74km) from Knettishall Heath on the Suffolk/Norfolk border, following an ancient dry route above the fens, mudflats and marshes to reach the coast at Holme-next-the-Sea.

The Norfolk Coast Path (85½ miles/km) begins in nearby Hunstanton and hugs the beautiful Norfolk coastline with its vast sandy beaches. Find out what’s happening on the Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path by reading the experiences of the Trail Officers Blog.

Maps and Guide Books There are a number of maps and guides to help you enjoy the Trail, we have listed most of them here. Feb 12,  · The Norfolk Coast Path & Peddars Way cover miles of walking trails. The Peddars Way runs through East Anglia from Knettishall Heath on the Norfolk/Suffolk border and follows a Roman road to Holme-next-the-Sea/5(6).

Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path. A walk along The Norfolk Coast Path National Trail is the perfect way to lose yourself in this magical land of sand dunes and salt marsh, sea air and warm welcomes.

Peddars Way has a different character altogether. Rich in history and steeped in ancient legend the trail traverses the very best landscapes Norfolk.

Synopsis The Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast path form the mile (km) National Trail that starts at Knettishall, amid the forest-strewn borders of Norfolk and Suffolk, and ends at Cromer on north Norfolk's Heritage Coast. Following the Countryside Agency's acom waymarks, you can trace the /5(27).

A walk along Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path National Trail is the perfect way to lose yourself in this magical land of sand dunes and salt marsh, sea air and warm welcomes. Exploring the Trail The Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path is one of England’s most gentle National Trails.

Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path Choose and book a National Trail break or be inspired by our suggested itineraries. Read facts about the Trail and watch the Trail video. THE PEDDARS WAY & NORFOLK COAST WAY ROUTE is 95 km long and for those contemplating this trail for their walking holiday in England, a certain amount of planning is required.

Although the path is well marked, the English weather is unpredictable and needs to be catered for. The mile Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path National Trail combines the best of inland and coastal walking, and is ideal for people new to long-distance walks. Beginning near Thetford, the route heads north west to near Hunstanton, then follows the heritage coast to Hopton-on-Sea, taking roughly one week to complete.

Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path; Pembrokeshire Coast Path; Pennine Bridleway; Pennine Way; South Downs Way; South West Coast Path; Thames Path; The Ridgeway; Yorkshire Wolds Way; Find out more about the Cleveland Way. Choose and book a National Trail break or be inspired by our suggested itineraries.

Read facts about the Trail and watch the. The Peddars Way and The Norfolk Coast Path can be linked to create one lovely long path or walked as 2 separate walks in their own right. The Peddars Way is 47 miles long - starts at Knettishall Heath and ends at Hunstanton.

The Norfolk Coast Path is now 87 miles long and starts at Hunstanton and ends in Hopton-on-Sea. The Peddars Way and Norfok Coast Path is a mile (km) trail that runs through East Anglia from Knettishall Heath on the Norfolk/Suffolk border and follows a Roman road to Holme-next-the-Sea.

From here the trails hugs the beautfiul Norfolk coastline through Holkham, Blakeney and Cley to. Technically wild camping is not permitted anywhere along the Peddars Way or Norfolk Coast Path although a friendly farmer or landowner may allow you to pitch a tent in a field (see p74). However, there are several official campsites, with basic facilities such as shower and toilet blocks.

Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path. Choose and book a National Trail break or be inspired by our suggested itineraries. Read facts about the Trail and watch the Trail video.

Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path Trail Information. Find out about the Trail and use the interactive map to explore accommodation, services and attractions on the route. The Peddars way and Norfolk Coast Path is one of the 15 National Trails in England and Wales.

National Trails are designated by the Secretary of State and are administered by Natural England and Natural Resources Wales, and managed by the local authorities and .The Peddars Way is a wonderful ever changing, easy graded, 46 mile long distance walk starting from the pretty woodland of Knettishall Heath, through to open countryside and tracks, past historic pingo ponds, quiet lanes and heathland, along arrow straight old Roman roads and tracks and eventually ending at the sand and sea on the North Norfolk Coast at Holme-next-the-Sea.This easy-access National Trail provides both inland and coastal walking.

The Peddars Way is one of the links in a prehistoric route, often called the Greater Ridgeway, from The Wash to the South Devon Coast, and it reaches the coast at Holme-next-the-Sea, from where the Trail follows the Norfolk Coast Path .