The Boudicca Way passes through the beautiful, unspoilt rural countryside of South Norfolk and the Waveney Valley.
It is named after the legendary warrior Queen of the Iceni, whose tribes once inhabited the area. It runs for approximately 36 miles between Norwich and Diss, running roughly parallel with the old Roman 'Pye' Road.
The route follows public rights of way and quiet country roads, passing through picturesque villages such as Shotesham, Saxlingham Nethergate and Pulham Market.
Historical interest along the route includes Venta Icenorum, the Roman Town at Caistor St Edmund.
For those wishing to use public transport the route starts and finishes at mainline railway stations.
The baggage transfer service on this route can run in either direction.
For 93 miles, this route follows the Waveney valley, meandering between Great Yarmouth and Thetford along the Norfolk/Suffolk border
Norfolk Coast Path
We now cover the extension on the Norfolk Coast Path from Cromer to Sea Palling, giving you the opportunity to create a 63 mile walk on this beautiful coastline
This 46 mile trail follows the route of a Roman road between Knettishall Heath in Suffolk to the North Norfolk coast near Hunstanton
The Boudicca Way passes through the beautiful, unspoilt rural countryside of South Norfolk and the Waveney Valley
Nar Valley Way
The Nar Valley Way is a 33 mile long walking trail, meandering through contrasting landscapes between the medieval town of King's Lynn and the Farm & Workhouse Museum in Gressenhall
61 miles of diverse countryside walking linking the north Norfolk coast at Cromer to the east Norfolk coast at Great Yarmouth