Walks of East England

Traditional Windmill at Cley next the Sea
Traditional Windmill at Cley next the Sea

Interactive map of the walks

Walk Miles Description
Chelmondiston, River Orwell and Pin Mill 3.2 A walk through gorgeous Suffolk countryside and riverside to a pretty hamlet.
Hinxton and Ickleton 3.9 Through tranquil countryside to historic Cambridgeshire villages.
Harlaxton, Grantham Canal and Denton 3.9 A walk through a watery landscape of big sky flatlands and lush Lincolnshire meadows.
Stokesby and Muck Fleet 4.3 A walk through historic marshland and along the River Bure in Norfolk.
Purleigh, Hazeleigh and Rudley Green 5.1 A walk through meadows and fields under huge Essex skies.
East Bergholt, Dedham and Flatford Mill 5.3 A walk in the Stour valley, an area of artistic inspiration.
Navenby, Coleby and Boothby Graffoe 5.7 On the Lincoln Cliff, through historic countryside once occupied by the Romans.
Wakes Colne, Fordstreet and Chappel 5.8 A secluded riverside and woodland walk in the heart of Essex.
Linton, Hadstock and Rivey Hill 7.5 A walk through pretty villages on the Cambridgeshire and Essex border.
Pretty Corner, East Runton and Sheringham 8.7 A varied walk through woodland and common to the North Norfolk coast.
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