- Walked: 10th November 2006
- Distance: 2.5m
- Terrain: flat
- Summary: Park at honing, walk across common land and Weavers Way, then by road back to the start.
- Time: 1 hr
- Note to self: walk the Weavers Way again.
I remember walking the Weavers Way as a child. This short walk during a stay with the folks briefly revisits the disused railway.
This is the area where my Dad grew up. Here he is with his dog:
The path takes in a bit of the Weavers Way. On this walk, we leave the path here but it continues to Stalham and Hickling Broad.
This beautiful piece of water is known locally as a 'scrape'. It was created by digging some ground out of a boggy area, in order to provide a duck hunting area.
The route above was generated using Meander.
Image produced from the Ordnance Survey Get-a-map service. Map image reproduced with kind permission of Ordnance Survey and Ordnance Survey of Northern Ireland.