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Thurne Walk is a 3.3 mile (5.3 kilometre) circular walk starting at Thurne Staithe in Thurne near Great Yarmouth.

A rural countryside and riverside walk with views of Thurne following the Weavers Way and incorporating South Oby Dyke.

The Lion Inn in Thurne has recently had a major refurbishment and is open for a variety of food and drinks every day. There is a small Post Office situated by the Staithe where you can purchase refreshments for your walk along with public facilities.

Difficulty level: moderate

Surface: approximately 75% soft and 25% firm

Parking: within the village along the verges and side of road.

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Routes

  • Accessibility of route - Route has kissing gates but no stiles
  • Description of route - Circular countryside and riverside walk
  • Length of route (miles) - 3
  • Typical duration of route - 2.5 hours

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Map & Directions

Thurne

Type:Walking Route

Thurne, Starting point:, Thurne Staithe, The Street, Thurne, Great Yarmouth, NR29 3AP

Tel: 01493 846346

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