Ordnance Survey - Pathfinder Guides - Suffolk
Part of the Ordnance Survey - Pathfinder Guides series - featuring walking routes that cover the most popular and scenic areas of Britain. All the walks include written directions, an extract of the OS map for the area, and some background on the history and natural environment you may see. Most of the walks avoid busy roads and are designed for day trips and holidays. There are notes on parking, pubs, and things to see on the route. They also handily include GPS waypoints to help you confirm your location.
Spot rare birds, discover heritage coastline and timeless villages with 28 Suffolk walks graded by length and difficulty. See Southwold’s quirky seafront and diverse architecture and its surrounding lonely marshes. Discover Orford with its orthogonal castle and its lush surrounding coast and country. See Sutton Heath, Shottisham and follow the River Debden to Sutton Hoo, site of one of the most important archaeological finds in English history. Explore the lovely seaside villages of Shingle Street and Alderton and the Martello towers built to guard England’s coastline against the French. Stroll through north Suffolk’s Breckland country from West Stow and more.
- Publisher: Ordnance Survey (Jan 2017)
- ISBN: 9780319090381
- Dimensions: 13.8 x 0.6 x 22.6 cm
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 96 pages