Suffolk

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Many of the FEATURED Recorders of Paths and Trails have additional extensive coverage of Walks and Walking in the County

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'The Norfolk and Suffolk Broads is Britain's largest protected wetland and third largest inland waterway, with the status of a national park. It's also home to some of the rarest plants and animals in the UK. The Broads Authority was set up in 1989, with responsibility for conservation, planning, recreation and waterways.'

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'Discover a comprehensive list of coastal walks, circular walks, long distance routes and organised walks.'

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'We are an active group and hold four events per year which are open to everyone to participate ...'

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'We have about 2000 members at present and we work mostly through our Local Groups. The local RA groups provide a very varied programme of walks and any member of the public is welcome to join us on our walks, although we hope they will not do so on a regular basis without becoming members of the RA.'

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Member of the Ramblers - Suffolk Area Grouping

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'The Suffolk Group generally walk on the 2nd Sunday of each month.'

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Usually held Late May/Early June.

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'Walking Breaks are specialists in self-guided UK walking holidays. We offer a high level of personal service and concentrate on walking tours in England, in particular walking and hiking in Suffolk and Norfolk. We think we do it well, and our customers seem to think so too. One thing's for sure, we certainly do it with passion.'

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'There are many ways to discover Suffolk's medieval churches but by bike or on foot you can savour the delights of the countryside at close quarters. There is a real sense of achievement to be had from walking or cycling between churches, quite apart from the gorgeous views on the way ... '

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Angels & Pinnacles A Celebration of Suffolk Churches

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Walks 'selected to provide reasonable directness, variety of landscape, local historical and environmental interest and a largely traffic-free environment'.

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Walks selected by Roger Wolfe, Suffolk Area of the Ramblers' Association

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Use the Interactive Map to generate Links to a range of Walks around and about the coast of Suffolk.

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Discover Suffolk

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'Discover 18 very easy to follow routes across Suffolk that get you close to nature in the very heart of the countryside. Designed for all abilities, each walk has been assessed by a wheelchair user. Packs can be posted - simply contact us and let us know how many you would like ...'

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Discover Suffolk

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'There are approximately 9800 registered public rights of way in Suffolk, adding up to a network of routes with a distance of 3500 miles, almost as long as all the public roads in the county. Suffolk also has 12000 acres of open access land. The rights of way network covers the whole county from the coastline inland to the Brecks and fenlands. Our rights of way cross all of our varied landscapes, from woodland to wetlands and from our historic towns and villages to open farm land.'

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Suffolk County Council

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'Tales of walking the coastline of Essex and Suffolk, containing low cant phrases and loose, unconnected, slipshod allusions ...'

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silvermud

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'The Wool Towns region includes five of the most picturesque places in the East of England – Clare, Hadleigh, Lavenham, Long Melford and Sudbury as well as shining a light on the beauty of the surrounding towns and villages. Each of our localities have their own proud characteristics and attractions while together they are linked by a common heritage. We are proud to unite and share this history that derives from medieval industry that was based upon wool and weaving.'

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'With miles of tracks through scenic nature reserves, picturesque market towns, and stunning waterways, walking in the Waveney Valley is a joy. Tackle one of long distance routes, or pack a picnic and take a stroll along the serene river, you are sure to discover beautiful countryside and a few hidden gems ... Includes walks of varying lengths from just 1 mile to 7 miles that follow the 77 mile long distance footpath the Angles Way.'

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Visit Waveney Valley

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