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Pub Walks Along Peddars Way / Norfolk Coast

Pub Walks Along Peddars Way / Norfolk Coast

by: Liz Moynihan
Here is a book for two 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 through the best of Norfolk's scenery. The Peddars Way was originally a prehistoric trade route which was upgraded by the Romans. It runs from Knettishall Heath on the Suffolk border to Holme-next-the-Sea. The Norfolk Coast Path, opened in 1986, takes advantage of old droves and smugglers' routes and stretches to Cromer.
This book, first published in 1997, and now in its third edition, combines information on the whole length of these two paths, with single circular walks along the route. The 20 walks vary in length from 3 to 8.5 miles and each is described in detail. Numbers are used both against the walk instructions and on the handy sketch maps to make path finding easier. Each pub is described in full, with details of its history and character, how to get there and where to park.
The starting locations for the walks are as follows: East Harling; Hockham; Thompson and the Pingo Trail; Great Cressingham; North Pickenham; Newton; Harpley; Great Bircham; Sedgeford; Old Hunstanton; Thornham; Brancaster; Burnham Market; Holkham Beach; Warham; Stiffkey; Cley-next-the-Sea; Salthouse; Sheringham; Cromer.
ISBN 9781846742033 pages 128 (2010) 148mm x 210mm

Price: 8.99