East Ruston - Weavers Way - Stalham - East Ruston

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East Ruston - Weavers Way - Stalham - Brumstead Common - East Ruston

Part of this route is along an old railway line, now called Weavers Way. This is a long-distance route of 56 miles from Cromer to Great Yarmouth. Weavers Way is a haven for wildlife and this tree-lined section is no exception.

After Stalham, which sits on the edge of the Norfolk Broads, the return route is along country lanes and across good paths over fields, where there are fine views of the countryside. At the centre of the large field between Waymarks 9 and 10, to the far right the famous Happisburgh Lighthouse, in its bright red and white stripes, can be seen.

England - East England - Norfolk - Countryside


Birds, Church, Flowers, Great Views, Pub, Toilets, Wildlife
30/06/2020 - Liz Cutting

This is a nice walk taking in the countryside around East Ruston and can be started from Stalham too. Please note that the Kingfisher Hotel in Stalham is now permanently closed. Toilets, food and refreshments can be found a short way along Stalham High Street. We encountered a slight issue on the path at waymark 8 which was overgrown with brambles and nettles in places. It is possible to walk through at present (summer 2020) but be prepared to beat your way through some areas! It is however worth it as the next long footpath through the fields has some stunning countryside views.

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