To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Suffolk Coasts and Heaths Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Adnams teamed up with the Suffolk Coasts and Heaths to produce 14 circular walks.
These walks were produced in 2010 and the information is no longer entirely accurate, although each walk remains interesting! Please see below for notes about each walk. Some of these walk guides have been more recently updated within the Suffolk Coast & Heaths Explorer Walk series. Where walks appear in both, we recommend using the more recently updated Explorer guide.
Adnams Pin Mill Pub walk beginning and ending at the Butt and Oyster. Take in the views of the saltmarshes, Pin Mill, marina and Woolverston Hall (Adnams discount no longer valid)
Adnams Levington Starts and ends at the Ship Inn. Views of the Orwell estuary, the river and the port of Felixstowe
Adnams Waldringfield Maybush pub walk (Adnams discount no longer valid)
Adnams Woodbridge This walk will take you passed Woodbridge Tide Mill. It ceased trading as a corn mill in 1957 but dates back to at least 1170 (Please note Shire Horse Museum has moved to Hollesley)
Adnams Butley Starting at the Butley Oyster, this walk will take you to the remnants of Butley Priory, passed Butley church and to Butley Mills
Adnams Orford On this walk you will see Orford Ness, which is the largest vegetated shingle spit in Europe (Please note that the distances in this leaflet are inaccurate - in fact they are slightly shorter. Please refer to the Orford Explorer instead)
Adnams Snape Take in the wonderful views of Snape Marshes, purchased by the Suffolk Wildlife Trust in 2009
Adnams Aldeburgh Admire the lovely views that Aldeburgh has to offer (Please note work is being carried out by the Environment Agency on the river bank until 2018. Not all sections are closed all the time - see indicative map for more information)
Adnams Eastbridge Gentle walk taking in woodland, heath, beach and marshland
Adnams Westleton A walk taking you through Dunwich Forest, Westleton Heath and Dunwich Heath
Adnams Walberswick Walk to the beach and marshes and to the river Blyth and Walberswick Common (Adnams discount no longer valid)
Adnams Southwold A walk around the delightful seaside town
Adnams Wrentham A gentle walk on quiet lanes and byways. Visit the impressive, but ruined, St Andrews Church, probably dating from the 15th century
Adnams Blythburgh This scenic walk follows the river Blyth downstream towards Walberswick, following the river wall, before returning via Blythburgh