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The Stokesby Walk is a 4.25 mile (6.75 kilometre) circular walk starting at the riverside car park located 100 metres from the Ferry Inn at Stokesby Village near Great Yarmouth.

This riverside and countryside walk takes you out of Stokesby Village and takes you through the marshland and farmlands surrounding it.

The Ferry Inn or the Riverside Tearooms are both situated within a few metres of the car park and are great places to reward yourself with some lunch or a Norfolk cream tea.

There is limited shelter along the route and no public facilities.

Difficulty level: easy to moderate

Surface: mainly firm

Parking: at the riverside car park located 100 metres from the Ferry Inn at Stokesby



  • Accessibility of route - Not accessible
  • Description of route - Circular riverside and countryside walk
  • Length of route (miles) - 4
  • Typical duration of route - 3.5 hours


Map & Directions


Type:Walking Route

Stokesby, Starting point:, The Green, Stokesby, Great Yarmouth, NR29 3EX

Tel: 01493 846346

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