Easton - Parham - Kettleburgh - Easton

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This is a very satisfying and lovely walk – the essence of agricultural Suffolk. Starting from Easton in the Deben Valley, it heads gently uphill through woodland and drops down into the Ore Valley at Parham, then goes through gently undulating country, passing the dramatic cutting of a dismantled railway, to Lampardbrook. From there it returns to Easton via the delightful little village of Kettleburgh. The only significant road-walking is on the last half-mile or so back into Easton on a very quiet road. There are no stiles on the walk.

England - East England - Suffolk - Countryside


Birds, Church, Flowers, Pub, River, Woodland
8/11/2013 - Lindsay Sullivan

Excellent walk and directions, lovely countryside and plenty of interest. We would definitely recommend it.

2/26/2012 - Alan Sturges

Excellent walk. Highly recommended. At WP8 you can go left (west) if you like and walk over to lane to turn right.

6/20/2011 - Roger Walker

Excellent walk. We were staying in Kettleburgh so we joined the walk there. Excellent directions and lovely countryside. Thanks to Adrian for posting it.