Dan Hobson planned this outdoor adventure with komoot!

Discover your own fun with the #1 outdoor app.

Dan Hobson

Stage 4: Heigham Sound to Acle — Weavers’ Way

Stage 4: Heigham Sound to Acle — Weavers’ Way

Intermediate
04:54
12.0 mi
2.5 mph
125 ft
100 ft
Intermediate Hiking Tour. Good fitness required. Easily-accessible paths. Suitable for all skill levels.

Tour Overview

Starting Point
5.10 mi
© OSM

Thurne Mill

Hiking Highlight

9.63 mi
© OSM

Acle Dyke

Hiking Highlight

10.9 mi
© OSM

St Mary's Church

Hiking Highlight

12.0 mi
Destination

Map

loading

Tour Profile

Waytypes

Hiking Path: 8.08 mi
Path: 2.57 mi
Street: 0.38 mi
Road: 0.97 mi
State Road: < 109 yd

Surfaces

Natural: 7.77 mi
Unpaved: 1.33 mi
Gravel: 0.51 mi
Paved: 0.40 mi
Asphalt: 0.99 mi
Unknown: 1.03 mi

Weather Forecast

Dan Hobson planned a hike.

March 26, 2020

Comments

  • Dan Hobson

    This riverside hike takes you to one of the last working windmills in England and affords classic Broads scenery.With 12 miles (19.3 km) of distance and almost no ascent or descent to mention, this should be an easy hike, giving you plenty of time to enjoy the national park. From Heigham Sound, you hike along the waterside to the River Thurne and follow it southwest. Before you reach the village of Thurne you arrive at Thurne Mill, a Norfolk landmark for 200 years and one of the last working windmills in England.The trail rejoins the river via South Oby Dyke and follows it to Acle Dyke, which you take into the village. Once in Acle, it is worth making a quick loop of the historic market town and paying a visit to nearby St Mary's Church, in Fishley, which has a pioneering 12th-century round tower.Acle has a range of accommodation, places to eat and drink, as well as shops and other attractions.

    • March 27, 2020

Dan Hobson

Stage 4: Heigham Sound to Acle — Weavers’ Way