Walks 6 miles and over

6 TO 8 MILE ROUTES

Sutton, Hollesley & Rendlesham - Sandlings Circular Walks Stroll through the heathland, admire its beautiful and often rare plants and flowers

Angels and Pinnacles Woolpit The Angels & Pinnacles project covers six clusters of churches across Suffolk. Walk or cycle between the churches to combine the best of the countryside with Suffolk's magnificent medieval heritage

Charcoal & Churches (Stowmarket) A gentle walk through the heart of Suffolk's countryside. Visit Combs Wood, an ancient woodland where bluebells abound

Trimley Circular Walk Trimley Marshes make for a wonderful day out with some beautiful scenery, fascinating history and one of the best wildlife sites in the county

Landguard Peninsula & Felixstowe Discover one of Europe's best shingle beaches, see where the last foreign invasion of our shores took place, and view Britain’s busiest port

Threads Trail - Clare & Cavendish The walk to Cavendish is a gentle, undulating ramble following a section of the long distance footpath, the Stour Valley Path

Waveney Valley Walk - Beccles and Gedleston  The bell tower dominates the town and the surrounding countryside, the splendid views from the top make climbing the many steps worthwhile

Waveney Valley Walk – Somerleyton Somerleyton is named after a peace loving Viking, Sumarlithi, who arrived in the 10th century

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 Westleton  A walk taking you through Dunwich Forest, Westleton Heath and Dunwich Heath

Badingham Lies in the beautiful Alde valley in rural high Suffolk

Botesdale and Rickinghall  A stroll through the 3 villages of Rickinghall Inferior, Rickinghall Superior and Botesdale

Brandon Country Park There are a number of guided trails at the park, a visitor centre, tea room and mausoleum

Haughley Walks Haughley is a thriving community set in the valley of the Gipping and Wetherden stream

Sailors' Path Explorer follows a beautiful route between Snape Maltings and Aldeburgh

Suffolk Coasts and Heaths Explorer – Walberswick The historic village of Walberswick is the perfect place from which to explore Suffolk’s unique coastal landscape

Treasured Suffolk – Wingfield The walk around Wingfield and Syleham is a fascinating discovery of Suffolk’s past

Walberswick and Dunwich Circular walk The area between Walberswick and Dunwich villages offers some of the finest coastal walking in the Suffolk Coasts and Heath AONB

Waveney Valley Walks (full guide) are a series of walks, varying in 1 to 7 miles, following the 77 mile long distance footpath The Angles Way

Weybread Walk  A circular walk across Mendham Marshes and visiting the lively market town of Harleston

 

ROUTES OVER 8 MILES

Hopton cum Knettishall  The parish of Hopton cum Knettishall lies within Suffolk on the Norfolk border

Waveney Valley Walk – Harleston  Harleston is an ancient market town situated at the southern tip of Norfolk, separated from Suffolk by the River Waveney

Alton Water Circular Walk The walk meanders along lakeside, field and woodland paths 

Brownsord Way (Framlingham) The walk gives panoramic views of the town including the castle, church and college and passes through farmland

Angels and Pinnacles – Eye  The Angels & Pinnacles project covers six clusters of churches across Suffolk. Walk or cycle between the churches to combine the best of the countryside with Suffolk's magnificent medieval heritage

Hartest with Boxted and Somerton Walks Walk through "High Suffolk" with its views reminiscent of Devon. Look out for the remains of the German prisoner of war camp and wonder how the huge stone on the Green was brought to Suffolk

Angels and Pinnacles Clare  The Angels & Pinnacles project covers six clusters of churches across Suffolk. Walk or cycle between the churches to combine the best of the countryside with Suffolk's magnificent medieval heritage

Diss Walks is a lively market town with the river Mere at its heart. The Mere formed 12,000 years ago during the last Ice Age

Treasured Suffolk – Mendham This walk explores the area between Mendham and Metfield, revealing its past and telling many intriguing stories

The Lark Valley Path - A waymarked footpath of 13 miles between Bury St Edmunds and Mildenhall. It includes riverside, woodland, heathland and parkland sections including West Stow Country Park, Culford Hall and Lackford Wildlife Reserve.

Ousden-Lidgate-Dalham - A three village challenge circular walk of around 10 miles taking in Lidgate and Dalham, each with their own medieval churches, centuries old pubs and historic sites, tracking along the river Kennet and the Cambridgeshire border.

 

Suffolk has something for everyone. From our stunning coastlines, estuaries and hillsides, to our ancient woodlands and heathland.