Gazeley - Moulton - Dalham

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This walk takes you through quiet, unspoilt villages with lovely thatched cottages, along a riverside path, through woodland and beside field-edges. Most of this route is along the long-distance path, the Icknield Way.

England - East England - Suffolk - Countryside


Birds, Butterflies, Church, Flowers, Food Shop, Great Views, Pub, River, Toilets, Wildlife
4/9/2023 - Sarah Green

Lovely walk on a sunny Easter weekend. Pub at Gazeley now serving a Thai inspired menu. Popular route today but easy to follow instructions with 3 lovely villages.

1/11/2019 - Jane Ross

An easy and varied walk, taking in three pretty villages, some lovely churches, a beautiful Hall and an unusual bridge. I was a bit worried at the start that there might be too much road work, but thie was unfounded and the dog and I had great tramp through the East Anglian countryside.

12/4/2015 - Duncan Grey

This is a good varied walk which I would do again, though changes in pubs and stiles make updating necessary. 1. Pubs. The Chequers at Gazeley seems to be closed (December 2015). The King's Head at Moulton seems to have become The Packhorse and has gone gastro. The Affleck Arms at Dalham is open midweek only Wednesday to Friday from 5pm (ie no lunchtimes except weekends and bank holidays.) The Kentford (in Kentford, just north of Gazeley) looks ok for eating and drinking - and it's open all day. 2. Stiles. Couldn't find any as referred to in routemark 6. Just follow the field edge an signposts to the white bridge. 3. Routemark 7. If the Affleck Arms arae closed (see above) at the white bridge turn left and pass the road to the church.

1/28/2005 - Phil Hockley

This is a great walk and really varied - the countryside even managed to look attractive on a bitterly cold and damp grey January day!