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UK: East of England: Norfolk: Marriott's Way

Marriott's Way

The Marriott's Way is a 21-mile (34km) route for walkers, riders and cyclists. It is waymarked in the brown and cream livery colours of the former Midland and Great Northern Railway, which once operated one of the disused railway lines that now forms the Marriott's Way. It starts at Hellesdon (north west of Norwich), passes Horsford and Attlebridge, to Themelthorpe then turns eastwards to Cawston and ends at Aylsham. Part of the Marriott's Way is used in the Cawston Reepham Bridleroute.

Status: Open

A leaflet showing the route is available from Norfolk County Council. Please send a stamped self-addressed envelope with your request for the Marriott's Way leaflet to: Countryside Access Team, Norfolk County Council, County Hall, Norwich.

Ordnance Survey
This paths and tracks making up this route can be seen on the following Ordnance Survey maps. The Landranger series at 1:50,000 are useful route maps covering large areas of land, while the Explorer series at 1:25,000 show greater detail.