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march-fixer: Track 2112 in area near United Kingdom, England ()
North Suffolk Coastline
Length: 13.4km, Creator time taken: 4h33m, Ascent: 47m,
Descent: 40m

Places: Start at O58622 63600, end at Start
Logged as completed by 1
This extremely popular part of East Anglia has excellent walk potential. There are various terrain possibilities from river-side, marsh and grassy hills to beach.

Started at the excellent car-park near the water-tower in Southwold (well, at the Sports Pavillion where there are toilet facilities!) and headed across the golf-course to the descending track at the far corner. Headed along the paved track towards the Waveney River and foot-bridge. Continued straight ahead for 500m before swinging S towards Walberswick (or Wobbleswick, as the locals refer to it). At the Street head W for 250m and then S along the track to the marsh and the Dunwich River. At the river head WSW towards Dunwich. The reeds grow extensively here as well as the odd blackthorn (the sloes were beautiful).

Took the wrong path at the junction 1.646 52.304 which took us due E instead of heading S to the next junction. Heading SW at this correct junction would have brought us to Dunwich where we intended heading back NE along the shoreline. Instead we headed SE to the shore over the foot-bridge and then due NE back to Walberswick.

Look out for inquisitive seals in the surf. At the the black beach huts nestling in the dunes, head N to cross the footbridge heading to the Bell Inn. Lovely food and drink here in a old establishment.

Head NE along Ferry Road and then NW along the river bank to retrace your footsteps over the footbridge and back to the carpark.

Uploaded on: Thu, 27 Sep 2012 (10:29:55)
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