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march-fixer: Track 2114 in area near United Kingdom, England ()
The Broads - Fleggburgh-Stokesby Circuit
Length: 16.5km, Creator time taken: 5h 8m, Ascent: 289m,
Descent: 294m

Places: Start at J49808 00937, end at Start
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This area of the south west Broads is typical Norfolk countryside with wide open views and multiple right-of-way paths. Start at the excellent car-park facility and head SSE along the playing field. At Silver Street head W for 200m and then SSE before swinging back NW to join the junction of Pound Lane and Beech Lane.

Head W for 250m and take the path S and then W to meet up with Marsh Road where you head south along the track. At the path junction at 1.5979 52. 6563 do not make my mistake and head off WNW but continue SW along the track of Muck Fleet dyke.

Keep following the track across the fields to the River Bure where you swing E to Stokesby. There is refreshment (food & drink) available here. Head NE to Croft Hill and the good track leading a zig-zag way NE to rejoin your original path. Retrace you way back to the car-park.

Uploaded on: Thu, 27 Sep 2012 (11:06:46)
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