Breydon Water & Burgh Castle

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The Breydon Water & Burgh Castle Walk is a 8.5 mile (13.7 kilometre) circular walk starting at the Burgh Castle Roman Fort car park in Burgh Castle near Great Yarmouth.

A countryside and riverside walk with vast skylines and reed-choked marshes. Explore the English Heritage site at Burgh Castle and discover the remains of a roman fort along the way.

There are no public facilities or shelter along this route. Opportunities are limited for refreshments outside of the summer months but are available in the surrounding villages.

Difficulty level: hard

Surface: approximately 90% soft and 10% firm

Parking: at Burgh Castle Roman Fort car park on Butt Lane, Burgh Castle

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Routes

  • Accessibility of route - Not accessible
  • Description of route - Circular countryside & riverside walk
  • Length of route (miles) - 8
  • Typical duration of route - minimum of 3 hours

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Map & Directions

Breydon Water & Burgh Castle

Type:Walking Route

Breydon Water & Burgh Castle, Starting point:, Butt Lane, Burgh Castle, Great Yarmouth, NR31 9QG

Tel: 01493 846346

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