Explore Norfolk Trails

Weavers’ Way

Short3_Blickling3Named after the once important weaving industry, which flourished in the Middle Ages around North Walsham, the Weavers’ Way runs for 61 miles between Cromer and Great Yarmouth.

Weavers’ Way offers a rich contrast of scenery, from the woodlands and mixed farmland of north Norfolk to the grazing marshes beside the rivers Thurne, Bure and Yare.

Outstanding features include a number of flint churches, large country houses, wind-pumps, and historic railway infrastructure such as station buildings, bridges and crossing cottages.

Some parts of the trail are available for cyclists and horse riders.

View the Explore Weavers’ Way leaflet

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This entry was posted on April 14, 2014 by in North Norfolk, The Broads, Weavers' Way.

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