Weavers Way, Norfolk
A 61 mile long distance path from Cromer, across North-East Norfolk and the Norfolk Broads, to Great Yarmouth. The path is named after the medieval weavers of the district who produced the famous Worsted Cloth. Much of medieval England's early wealth was based on the wool and cloth industry.

The Trail starts at Cromer Pier, winds through North East Norfolk through village commons, passes fine halls and parks, and along disused railway lines.

It then descends into the Norfolk Broads, passes through the reed beds of a Broadland nature reserve, alongside three Broadland rivers, past several derelict or conserved windmills, and then crosses the marshes of the 'Halvergate Triangle'. The hike then follows the line of flood defences alongside an enclosed sea estuary, before entering the seaside town of Great Yarmouth, and ending on the marine parade.
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