Suffolk Walks and Trails
Welcome to our Suffolk Walks and Trails page! We will be adding a selection of walking maps and recommended walkings trails to this page on a regular basis - so do check for updates from time to time.
Suffolk is the perfect destination for a rambling or walking holiday. The Suffolk Coastal Path offers miles of unspoilt walking tracks through a designated area of outstanding natural beauty. Inland there are plenty of trails through unspoilt rural countryside including the Angles Way and the Mid-Suffolk Footpath. Suffolk even offers a UFO walking/cycling trail through Rendlesham Forest and a series of trails which feature some of Suffolk's beautiful and ancient churches.
Walks in Suffolk - Staff Recommendations
- Discovering Sutton Heath and Bawdsey Quay
- Lavenham to Long Melford Railway Walk
- Len's Historic Walking Trail of Southwold
- Leah's Middleton Walk stopping for lunch at The Bell
- Pin Mill Walks
- Walberswick National Nature Reserve (Suffolk Coastal Path)
- Woodbridge and the River Deben - Riverside Walk
Suffolk Coast and Heaths AONB Explorer Guides
- Orford Pub Walk
This trail is perfect for customers who are staying in one of our Orford cottages. Highlights: Orford Castle and Orfordness.
- Sailors' Path Walk
This trail is perfect for customers who are staying in our Snape or Aldeburgh cottages. Highlights: Snape Maltings, Snape Marshes.
- Thorpeness Explorer
This trail is perfect for customers who are staying in one of our Thorpeness cottages. Highlights: Thorpeness Meare, RSPB North Warren.
- Pin Mill Explorer - this walking leaflet is perfect for customers who are staying in Freston or Chelmondiston. Highlights: Buttersman Bay, Butt and Oyster Pub, The Observatory.
- Wherstead Explorer - a walk along the River Orwell and through Freston Wood which is an ancient, medieval woodland. This trail is perfect for our customers who are staying at Lodge Farm in Freston.
- Woodbridge Pub Walks
This trail is perfect for customers who are staying in one of our Woodbridge cottages. Highlights: Shire Hall (built in 1575) and Woodbridge Tide Mill.
Angels and Pinnacles - Walking Trails featuring Suffolk Churches
- Southwold church trail
Highlights: Holy Trinity Church, Blythburgh and Church of St Edmunds, Southwold
- Framlingham church trail
Historic Suffolk walking trail taking in Framlingham, Badingham, Dennington and Worlingworth. Highlights: Saxtead's Old Mill House Pub which dates back to 17th century.
Suffolk Walking Festival 2014
Taking place throughout Suffolk during May and June 2014, the Suffolk Walking Festival features over 80 guided trails throughout our beautiful county.
For more information on the Suffolk Walking Festival 2014 click here.