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Pub walks along the Peddars Way and the Norfolk Coast Path

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Liz Moynihan
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208 x 148 mm
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Countryside Books is an independent, family-run, publisher of local interest books, spanning subjects as diverse as dog walks, pub walks, British architectural styles, Second World War aviation and lost railways.


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Here is a book for 2 kinds of walker; those who like an afternoon stroll from a good pub and those who enjoy the challenge of a long-distance trail walked over a period of days.

The Peddars Way and the Norfolk Coast Path are two totally different National Trails that together form a 93 mile route of astounding diversity throughout the best of Norfolk's scenery.

The Peddars Way was originally a prehistoric trade route which runs from Knettishall Heath to Holme-next-the-Sea. The Norfolk Coast Path, opened in 1986, takes advantage of old droves and smugglers' routes and stretches to Cromer.

There are twenty circular walks, which vary in length from 3 to 8 miles, and each is described in detail.

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