With miles of tracks through scenic nature reserves, picturesque market towns, and stunning waterways, walking in the Waveney Valley is a joy. Tackle one of long distance routes, or pack a picnic and take a stroll along the serene river, you are sure to discover beautiful countryside and a few hidden gems.
Discover where the Hovercraft was invented, watch marsh harriers and wander lush water meadows looking out for Polish Tarpan horses and Exmoor ponies on the Angles Way. From Great Yarmouth to Thetford, this long distance path passes round tower churches, wind and water mills and picturesque villages along its 93 mile route. With carefully designed circular walks you can get out on the Angles Way no matter how long you have.
Named after the legendary warrior queen of the Iceni, whose people once inhabited the area, the Boudicca Way runs for 36 miles from Diss to Norwich. Running roughly parallel with the old Roman ‘Pye’ road, the route takes in the beautiful Waveney Valley villages of Pulham Market and Long Stratton.
For those looking for a relaxing stroll in beautiful countryside, there are walks to suit all levels of experience. Passing through areas of outstanding beauty, ancient market towns and river meadows, discover one of the Waveney Valley’s many circular routes.