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Welcome to Discover Suffolk!

Discover Suffolk, Suffolk County Council’s guide to getting outdoors in Suffolk. Explore walking, cycling and riding guides, promoted trails & easy access routes throughout Suffolk.

Whether you enjoy a casual stroll along the prom or a long distance ramble, a weekend family bike ride or a full-on cycling holiday, or you just fancy getting out somewhere different with your four-legged friend, Discover Suffolk has something for everyone.

From stunning coastline and traditional countryside to beautiful heathland and sleepy villages, ancient woodland and country parks to historic estates and nature reserves, Suffolk really is the place to get outdoors.

The Discover Suffolk team is also responsible for organising the annual Suffolk Walking Festival. You can find out more on the Suffolk Walking Festival website, plus keep up to date with all the latest news about the festival by following it on facebook, and contact us to sign up to the email newsletter.


A group of cyclists at Ickworth Park

Interactive Map…..

Use our interactive map to search for walking, cycling and horse riding routes and locations in Suffolk

Suffolk on the telly!

Go to My5 to watch Season 1 Episode 4 of Kate Humble’s Coastal Britain!

Starting at Dunwich Heath, Kate walks an 11 mile stretch of the Suffolk coastline, and also learns about the ancient art of thatching.

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FAB40…..

Find exciting ideas for fun seasonal outdoor activities for all the family

Suffolk on the telly again!

Go to My5 to watch Season 1 Episode 6 of Kate Humble’s Coastal Britain!

Kate walks 12 miles of Suffolk’s shingle coast, starting at Minsmere Nature Reserve, before heading along the pebble beach past Sizewell B power station.

Woooden finger post showing the Sailors' Path logo, Snape Warren 2 miles and Snape Maltings 4 miles

Long Distance Routes…..

Check out some of the stunning promoted long distance trails that run throughout Suffolk



Spotted something on a public right of way that doesn’t look quite right when you’re out and about? Let us know via the

Suffolk County Council reporting tool

You can also find lots of information about public rights of way in Suffolk, along with open access land and your right to roam, on the Suffolk County Council website

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