Toggle mobile menu visibility

Wensum Way (Gressenhall to Lenwade)

Although only just over 12 miles in length, the Wensum Way can hold its own amongst the Norfolk Trails, passing through rolling landscapes and picturesque villages.

It also forms an important link between the Nar Valley Way and Marriott's Way, creating a continuous walk right across Norfolk from King's Lynn in the west to Great Yarmouth in the east.

More to explore

You can extend your walk, west along Nar Valley Way (King's Lynn to Gressenhall) towards King's Lynn from Gressenhall Museum, or from Lenwade head east on the Marriott's Way (Norwich to Aylsham) to Norwich or north west to Reepham and Aylsham, or even take on the full 96 mile King's Lynn to Great Yarmouth Cross-Norfolk Trail.

Maps and information

Circular walks

Enjoy a diverse rural landscape or a relaxing riverside walk with fantastic views.

1) Hoe via Hoe Rough 3.5 miles (PDF) (PDF) [490KB] - View on interactive map


Short linear walks

Complete the Wensum Way in three short walks, listed from west to east. Include a stroll to or from the nearby market town of Dereham for good public transport links to start or finish the trail.

1) Gressenhall Museum to Swanton Morley 4 miles (PDF) [283KB] - View on Interactive Map

2) Swanton Morley to Elsing 4 miles (PDF) [452KB] - View on Interactive Map

3) Elsing to Lenwade 4.5 miles (PDF) [314KB] - View on Interactive Map

Dereham Link (Gressenhall Museum to Dereham) 3 miles (PDF) [304KB]
Note - the mile closest to Gressenhall museum follows the same route as the Wensum Way - View on Interactive Map


Share this page

Facebook icon Twitter icon Email icon


Print icon