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East Anglia


Originally consisting of Norfolk and Suffolk, East Anglia now embraces Cambridgeshire and Essex (at least in part) and is best known for its low-lying wetlands including the Broads, though in fact much of Norfolk and Suffolk comprises gently rolling hills.

Norfolk Countrside Access - this website gives a comprehensive listing of walks, bridle paths  and cycle routes in the area. A must-see!

Another good resource for walking in Norfolk, also contains where to go/what to do information on a wide range of activities.

Walk Cambridge an active walking and social group, aimed at people in their 20s and 30s living in the Cambridge area. New members are always welcome, just go along to one of  their walks or pub meets.

The group offers a varied programme of walks, social events and weekends away throughout the year.

Information from Cambridgeshire County Council here about walking in the area with useful links to guide books on the subject.

Suffolk County Walks by Michael Anderton is a good resource for walk information in the area and has some good links to other sites of interest.

Walking On The Web’s page about Suffolk is, as always, a good resource for walks and associated information about the area.

John Harris’s site Walking In Essex aims ‘to give you all the information you need to enjoy walking in the Essex countryside.’ It certainly delivers!

Discover Essex from the BBC is, as would be expected, a comprehensive site going way beyond just walking, but well worth a look for this subject also.