Angles Way is a 93 mile walking trail following the county boundary of Norfolk and Suffolk, meandering from Great Yarmouth through to Thetford.
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After Breydon Water (near Great Yarmouth) Angles Way follows the Waveney Valley to the source of the River Waveney, passing through open countryside, broad river valleys, pretty villages and the ancient market towns of Beccles, Bungay, Harleston and Diss.
The route then meets up with the Little Ouse at Knettishall Heath with a striking change in scenery as it winds through the heathland and woodland of the Suffolk Brecks before finishing in Thetford.
In 2003, waterscape.com voted Angles Way the best waterside walk in Britain.
What to see on Angles Way
The 93 mile Angles Way takes in some fantastic scenery, wildlife sites and places of interest, both historical and modern.
Why not explore the following? They are in geographical order from east to west (Great Yarmouth to Thetford).