Weavers Way Walking Trail

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Weavers Way is a 56 mile walking route from Cromer to Great Yarmouth passing through Hanworth, Blickling, Aylsham, Acle and Halvergate. The name Waeavers Way comes from the cloth industry that was once a major industry in the area, leaving its mark with extraordinarily grand churches and historic country manor houses.

Directions to start:The walk starts from the pier of the delightful seaside town of Cromer. The town was first mentioned in 1262 as a port known for crab fishing (for which it is still famous) and became a fashionable health resort by the time of the eighteenth century.

Parking: Cromer.

Distance from nearest train station (please name station): Cromer.

Points of interest: Cromer, Great Yarmouth, Blickling Hall.

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  • Length of route (miles) - 56

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Weavers Way Walking Trail

Type:Walking Route

Cromer Road, Aylsham, NORWICH, Norfolk, NR11 6HF

What's Nearby

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