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Unlike most people I didn't walk Pedders Way I drove it behind My four grand horses in a very... read more

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Michael C
Norfolk is not totally flat and has skylarks

A long distance footpath abot 50 miles long. You dont have to walk it all at once :) It follows a... read more

Reviewed 7 November 2017
Mark H
Hunstanton, United Kingdom
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A 46-mile route that starts on Knettishall Heath and follows along flat landscape across Norfolk to the sea, part of which follows an old Roman road through the countryside.
Hunstanton, England
+44 1842 752599
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Reviewed today

Unlike most people I didn't walk Pedders Way I drove it behind My four grand horses in a very comfortable carriage taking two days starting from Knettishall Heath following sandy tracks north we spent a night with friends near to castle Acre meeting many others...More

Thank Michael C
Reviewed 7 November 2017

A long distance footpath abot 50 miles long. You dont have to walk it all at once :) It follows a Roman road along an old trackway It starts at Knettishall Heath in Suffolk and i joins the Norfolk Coast Path at Holme-next-the-Sea. Remember the...More

Thank Mark H
Reviewed 26 October 2017

How far can you go ? A pleasant walk though a little awkward in places . Do not take a pram or small children .

Thank Paul H
Reviewed 24 August 2017

Most people walk from near Thetford to Hunstanton (south to north) in three days, staying two nights en route. The Hunstanton end is reached from near Ringstead and is a gentle walk down from the "East Anglian Heights" to join the cliff top at Old...More

Thank mgsnorwich
Reviewed 21 July 2017 via mobile

I have just completed the Peddar's Way with my dad (60+). We condensed it to 3 days which was very manageable but we did have the advantage of being dropped and collected at convenient start finish points. For info. these were Little Cressingham first night...More

Thank Yetitours
Reviewed 16 July 2017

Loved taking a stroll on this path with the dog . well sign posted and taking in the lovely views. a lot more to this path to complete but very impressed what i have managed to do.

Thank jolsonsboss
Reviewed 4 June 2017

As avid walkers who have done plenty of long distance paths, this was another walk to tick off the list. It wasn't particularly interesting lots of fields, lots of road/track with hedges either side, very little shade, most of the villages you pass through have...More

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Reviewed 5 May 2017

We only managed a short walk on part of this route but really enjoyed the location and views. We walked along from Old Hunstanton and would like to continue along the route when we are back in the area.

Thank 2014Jandy
Reviewed 14 April 2017

We have stayed in Thornham in Feb & Apr this year with the dogs and have walked part of Peddar'sway. Beautiful and peaceful and thoroughly recommended. Plenty of places to stop for refreshments. Holme is beautiful and the White Horse is recommended.

Thank BerylMerlin
Reviewed 20 February 2017

four of us and three dogs did this walk in winter . did it over 3 days with end of day pick ups back to castle acre . Mid day on the second day two dropped out due to blisters and bad footwear , which...More

Thank rob c
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