Walk in , ascent 175m, length 6.4km
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march-fixer: Track 2429 in area near United Kingdom, England ()
Blofield - Brundall Circuit
Length: 6.4km, Creator time taken: 1h23m, Ascent: 175m,
Descent: 163m

Places: Start at O39320 95723, end at Start
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This is a nice local village walk in the East Anglia Broads area. From Fox Lane follow the small lane heading up left past Turret House. Follow that path all the way to the road ahead and turn left along the grassy path. Follow the path until you meet the next road.
Turn right over the bridge and take the next left turn. Follow this country road through the cross-roads and up Holly Lane to the first right-hand junction. Turn right across the field following the path straight past the oak trees to the left-hand corner of the property ahead. Just down along the hedge there is a break where you go through and follow the path down to the private driveway. Turn left on the drive and head to the road. Cross the road and continue the path up and over the rise to the edge of the dual carriageway! Take care in crossing the roads.
Follow the path across the field to the Blofield Road and then turn right. Past the bungalow in the hollow turn left along the path at the side of the field. This path brings you all the way towards Brundall. At the corner of Links Avenue turn left along the path at the edge of the field.
At the junction with Highfield Avenue turn left and head down to the bend in the road. Turn right at the finger post to the path leading over to Brundall Road. Cross the road and take the path leading directly over across the field to the little Braydeston Church on the hill. Take the stile on the left before the field gate and head back down the path through the fields to Blofield towards the lovely flint napped Blofield Church and graveyard. The path continues on to the right of the old red brick Grade 1 listed house in front of you and heads up past the local soccer pitch. At the road turn right back towards Fox Lane.

Uploaded on: Tue, 11 Mar 2014 (00:13:18)
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