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Day Walks in East Anglia

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Day Walks in East Anglia features 20 routes between 5.7 and 13.9 miles (9.2km and 22.4km) in length, suitable for walkers of all abilities.

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Day Walks in East Anglia features 20 routes between 5.7 and 13.9 miles (9.2km and 22.4km) in length, suitable for walkers of all abilities. Researched and written by outdoor adventure expert Anna Paxton, this book covers walks around the must-see sites of East Anglia, including The Broads and Norfolk Coast Path, and takes you to lesser-known spots too, while exploring the rich history, heritage and wildlife of the area.

See the seals and stroll along the dunes at Blakeney Point, explore nature reserves at Titchwell Marsh and Upton Broad, admire grand houses such as Blickling Hall, walk alongside windmills and waterways on The Broads and explore the historic settlements of Norwich and Bungay.

Together with stunning photography, each route features Ordnance Survey 1:25,000 maps, easy-to-follow directions, details of distance and navigation information, and refreshment stops and local information.

Anna Paxton is a mountain runner, writer and film producer working freelance on adventure-related projects across the outdoor industry. Born and bred in Sheffield, Anna is a keen fell and trail runner and has completed ultramarathons in the Alps and the USA as well as closer to home, usually carrying a notebook and camera. Anna now lives in the Peak District, which makes the perfect base for fast and light adventures of all kinds. Inspired by her own experiences, Anna established Outdoorista to shine a light on the incredible stories and female role models in the outdoor world, with the aim of motivating others to get active outdoors.

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