Tas Valley Way

A long distance path of 25 miles in Norfolk, following the course of the River Tas from sea to source. During the walk across the East Anglia countryside small towns, pretty villages and ancient sites, including castles, are encountered. Maps, statistics and gpx route file for the walk are included.

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Statistics and Files
Start: Cringleford
Distance: 25 miles (40 km)
Grid Ref: TG200059
Climbing: 211 metres
Walk time: 9-12 hours
Days: 1-2

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: The Tas Valley Way is a long distance footpath in Norfolk, eastern England. It roughly follows the course of the River Tas upstream from where it flows into the River Yare at Cringleford, West Norwich to beyond its source near to New Buckenham in ther nearby market town of Attleborough. During the walking of the Tas Valley Way numerous towns and villages are visited, many of which have sites of historical interest. From the start these, in order of the route, include Intwood, Lower East Carleton, Mulbarton, Bracon Ash, Flordon, Hapton, Forncett St Mary, Forncett St Peter, Cargate Common, Hargate, New Buckenham and Old Buckenham (including the new and old castles) and finally Attleborough.

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