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Bigod Way - 10 Miles

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Date: Friday 5th October, 2018

Time: 10:00

Meet at: Earsham, Queens Head, Station Road. Pub by agreement or street parking., NR35 2TS

Map Ref:     52.48193     Maps:     Maps:     OS on Bing     Google     OpenStreetMap

OS Map: X 231, OL 40

Picnic: Bring your own picnic lunch

The Bigod Way follows the popular Bath Hills route with footpaths south of Bungay. The map shows a short branch onto an island in the Waveney. This is worth a visit and bird watchers might see a kingfisher. This spot is used by wild swimmers. The Waveney bridge in Earsham is closed due to collapse. The track log shows a 100 metre diversion to the open-access land. This looks as though it's well used but sadly it's not legal. The official diversion is a bureaucrat's solution. It covers the official "backside" but the covering is sadly transparent. The bridge might be repaired in 2020.

Details: circular

Terrain: rural

Dogs: Registered assistance dogs only. More

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