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Peddars Way walks


Publication Type
Map (Other)
290mm x 420mm
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Publisher's website 2020

The Peddars Way is the best preserved Roman road in East Anglia. Its northern section, from Castle Acre to Holme next the Sea is a clearly defined road and bridleway except for a very short section around Ringstead.

This older style map shows suggestions for 8 walking routes around this scenic area, including some of the most popular, unpaved stretches of the Peddars Way. Walks range from 1 - 3 hrs and include Holme next the Sea, Thornham, Sedgeford, Snettisham, Old Hunstanton, Ken Hill, Shepherd's Port, Sandringham and Great Bircham.

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