Angles Way

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Start: Great Yarmouth
Distance: 77 miles (124 km)
Grid Ref: TG519081
 
Climbing: 598 metres
Walk time: 28-36 hours
Days: 4-6

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: The Angles Way was devised by the Ramblers Association, and together with the Peddars Way, Norfolk Coast Path and Weavers' Way, forms the 227-mile Around Norfolk Walk. From Great Yarmouth the route goes by Breydon Water, along and near the River Waveney, passing around Oulton Broad, Beccles and Bungay, and Harleston and Diss, to its source, and then by the Little Ouse from its source very close by through heathland and marsh to Knettishall Heath in the Suffolk Brecks. Less than a mile onwards west across the heath the coincident start of the Peddars Way and finish of the Icknield Way Path are reached. Each end of the footpath may be accessed from railway stations, with several more railway stations between Great Yarmouth and Beccles, and a regular bus service runs along the A143 road, enabling walkers of the path to make use of public transport.


Useful Links:
Angles Way: Walking in an Historic Landscape
Wikipedia
Discover Suffolk
Long Distance Walkers Association


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