Shelley - Giffords Hall Park - Stour Path - Higham - Shelley

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Follow excellent tracks along the Stour Valley Path and St Edmund Way to find places with intriguing names like Sodom and Gomorrah and Teapot Corner! The walk gives you a lovely stroll along the River Stour and takes you to see the impressive hall at Gifford's Hall Park.

England - East England - Suffolk - Countryside

Features

Birds, Butterflies, Church, Flowers, Great Views, Lake/Loch, Mostly Flat, Wildlife, Woodland
30/04/2019 - Sid Marks

Not a bad walk,a bit tedious in places,but nevertheless was a nice day and enjoyed the sun.Perfect walk instructions,also made it 10 miles. Just a few updates,at Waymark 1,there is no visible path diagonally left across the field,the farmer had newly planted crops,so i walked around the edge to reach the far corner.At waymarks 5 & 6,both stiles have now gone.

18/08/2012 - Alison Woodward

Tried this walk today. Started well, but the path that "climbs slightly and meanders through an area of bracken (Sodom and Gomorrah)" turned out to be a wade through about 200 yards of chest high nettles! We ended up cutting the walk short (5.5 miles) as we were in so much pain!

04/01/2012 - Shelley and Paul Rowland

Completed this walk on New Year's Day 2012. Wonderful walk and highly recommended. Look out for the gorgeous little cottage called 'Tea Caddy Cottage along the road at waymark 7. It is a listed building that is currently undergoing a revamp. The village of Shelley is a truly beautiful place. Saving up my pennies now to move there....Tee Hee. From Shelley and Paul Rowland