Weavers Way
Distance: 99km (61 Miles) Max Height: 76 m (249 ft) Start: Cromer
Ascent: 454m (1,490ft)   Finish: Great Yarmouth
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The Weavers Way is one of the main long distance paths through the Broads National Park. You can start at either Cromer or Great Yarmouth (personally I prefer to start at Great Yarmouth as Cromer is a more appealing destination) and it takes in many highlights along the way including Thurne Mill, Potter Heigham Bridge, Hickling Broad, Disused Railways Lines, Blickling Hall Estate and Felbrigg Hall Estate (both owned by the National Trust). Generally the walk is completed in 3-4 days with many accomodation options including B&B's, hotels, camping etc. Both the start and finish have excellent transport links including frequent busses and trains to Norwich.




Route Completed on 15th June 2014
15th June 2014
Felmingham - Drabblegate - Silvergate - Blickling Hall - Erpingham - Aldborough - Hanworth - Sustead - Felbrigg Hall - Felbrigg - Cromer Distance: 34.2km (21.24 Miles)
Ascent: 174m (571ft)
Time: 7 Hours 4 Minutes
2nd May 2014
Stalham - Honing Lock - Briggate - Bengate - Meeting House Hill - White Horse Common - North Walsham - Tungate - Felmingham Distance: 18.2km (11.93 Miles)
Ascent: 100m (328ft)
Time: 3 Hours 23 Minutes
20th March 2014
Acle Bridge - Clippesby Drainage Mill - Oby Drainage Mill - Oby - Thurne - River Thurne - Repps Staithe - Repps Drainage Mill - Potter Heigham - Highs Draiange Mill - Candle Dyke - Sound Plantation - Hickling Broad - Catfield Common - Hickling Heath - Hickling - Sutton Corn Mill - Stalham Distance: 27.3km (16.95 Miles)
Ascent: 100m (328ft)
Time: 5 Hours 10 Minutes
7th September 2009
Great Yarmouth - Breydon Water - Weavers Way - Berney Arms Mill - Berney Arms Station - Halvergate Marshes - Halvergate - Tunstall - Acle - Acle Bridge Distance: 22.1km (13.72 Miles)
Ascent: 80m (262ft)
Time: 6 Hours 15 Minutes