Suffolk's riverside meadows of the Stour valley remain as beautiful today as when Constable painted them two centuries ago. Similarly, the county's lonely expanses of estuarine marsh, which are a feature of the coast, have a quality that appeal to writers as well as artists. A walk through Flatford and East Bergholt passes one of Constable's most famous viewpoints, and Flatford Mill itself. There is a choice of coastal walks, including routes through Southwold, Shingle Street, Dingle Marshes, Thorpeness and the Shotley peninsula. With 28 walks through the Suffolk countryside, if you're a walker who really wants to make the most of the Suffolk countryside, make sure you don't set off on your walk without a copy of Pathfinder Guide to Suffolk Walks in your rucksack! Pathfinder(R) Guides are Britain's best loved walking guides. Made with durable covers, they are the perfect companion for countryside walks throughout Britain. Each title features circular walks with easy-to-follow route descriptions, tried and tested by seasoned walkers and accompanied by beautiful photography and clear, large-scale Ordnance Survey mapping. Contents 1. Carlton Marshes & the River Waveney 2.
Southwold 3. Darmsden & the Gipping Valley 4. Nowton Park & High Suffolk 5. Stoke-by-Nayland to Polstead 6. Shingle Street & Alderton 7. Pakenham Mills from Ixworth 8. Covehithe & Benacre 9. Cretingham & Brandeston 10. Forest and riverside from West Stow 11. Eye & Braiseworth 12. Framlingham & its countryside 13. Constable Country - Flatford & East Bergholt 14. Long Melford 15. Somerleyton & Waddling Lane 16. West Row & Worlington from Mildenhall 17. Orford coast and country 18. Thorpeness from Leiston 19. Saxmundham, Kelsale and the Gull Stream 20. Lavenham & Brent Eleigh 21. Sudbury 22. Clare & Cavendish 23. Iken & Tunstall Forest 24. Barham, Baylham & Coddenham 25. Kersey & Hadleigh 26. Thorpe Morieux & Preston St Mary 27. Denham Castle and three churches 28. Sutton Hoo, Shottisham & the River Deben
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