Boudicca Way

Distance: 58km (36 Miles) Max Height: 68m (223ft) Ascent: 501m (1,644ft) Start: Norwich Finish: Diss
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The Boudicca Way is a long distance footpath which runs for approximately 36 miles between Norwich and Diss. Running roughly parallel with the old Roman ‘Pye’ Road, now known as the A140, the route follows public rights of way and quiet country roads, stopping off in picturesque villages such as Shotesham, Saxlingham Nethergate and Pulham Market along the way. The route starts and finishes at mainline railway stations so makes it perfect for those looking for green or sustainable travel options. The Boudicca Way is named after the legendary warrior Queen of the Iceni, whose tribes once inhabited the area, and passes through the beautiful, unspoilt rural countryside of South Norfolk and the Waveney Valley where visitors will find sites where unusual wildlife and flora are present.

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