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Recommended walks 12:46 - Sep 15 with 535 viewseastangliaisblue

The thread about local beaches got me thinking about walks.
I do love a good walk so if anyone has any favourite ones please share. Anything from 4-8 hours if possible, covering Suffolk, Norfolk and Essex, preferably in a loop so I can finish back at my car.

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Recommended walks on 17:02 - Sep 15 with 450 viewsChondzoresk

South Lopham/Redgrave Fens. Small, medium, large walks. With the added bonus of seeing the incredible Great Raft Spider.
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Recommended walks on 18:30 - Sep 15 with 398 viewsSwansea_Blue

Southwold to Covehithe:
https://griffmonster-walks.blogspot.com/2013/06/southwold-to-covehithe-circular-

For a short walk, I love the southern walk to Southwold from Walberswick getting the ferry across. But that's not particularly long (which is useful if one overstays one's welcome in the Sole Bay Inn!).

Going north to Covehithe gives a different experience on the beach as opposed to across heathland, and then back through the lanes. I've done the beach walk part of the above route and enjoyed it (not sure what the inland section is like).


Some of the walking along the north Norfolk coast is nice too - you can't necessarily make a circular route, but I was up there last year and the buses worked well.

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Recommended walks on 20:38 - Sep 15 with 359 viewsthebooks

They’re similar, but some of the Suffolk coastal works are well worth it.

Two loops: Shingle Street to Hollesley Bay prison and back to Shingle Street is great, skirting the spit, and Dunwich towards Walberswick and back via inland woods is even better.

The shingle is a challenge, and when the wind gets up the beach can be a fearsome place, so I'd start with heading north on both of them.
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Recommended walks on 21:12 - Sep 15 with 334 viewsNthQldITFC

Whereabouts is your car?

The wild side is quite nice.

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Recommended walks on 21:19 - Sep 15 with 323 viewscatch74

Recommended walks on 21:12 - Sep 15 by NthQldITFC

Whereabouts is your car?

The wild side is quite nice.


That’s near Clacton isn’t it?

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Recommended walks on 21:30 - Sep 15 with 310 viewsjeera

Recommended walks on 21:12 - Sep 15 by NthQldITFC

Whereabouts is your car?

The wild side is quite nice.


The car's location is a damn good point.

Also I'm a little surprised no one has suggested any actual walks.

Obviously Cleese's goose step would be outdated but there must be other possibilities.

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Recommended walks on 21:43 - Sep 15 with 298 viewsTractorWood

3 churches walk in Moulton. Beautiful.

This pub en route is amazing too. They brew their own beer and have great street food vans.

https://www.munsons.co.uk/the-three-churches-walk/#:~:text=The%20Three%20Churche

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Recommended walks on 21:58 - Sep 15 with 284 viewsbluelagos

Shotle peninsula has a few option.

Chelmodiston - Across to the stour - cosst to Shotley gate - coast to Chelmod. 12 miler.

Or bus Ips to Shotley Gate. Walk back,

Same Hariwch to Manningtree, train other way.

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Recommended walks on 22:06 - Sep 15 with 272 viewseastangliaisblue

Recommended walks on 21:30 - Sep 15 by jeera

The car's location is a damn good point.

Also I'm a little surprised no one has suggested any actual walks.

Obviously Cleese's goose step would be outdated but there must be other possibilities.


I see what you've done there, smartarse!
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