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Stour Valley Path

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This article is about the Stour Valley Path in Suffolk. For the Stour Valley Way in Dorset, see Stour Valley Way. For the Stour Valley Walk in Kent, see Stour Valley Walk.

The Stour Valley Path is a 96-kilometre (60 mi) long-distance footpath in Suffolk, England, from Newmarket (52°14′27″N 0°23′51″E / 52.2407°N 0.3976°E / 52.2407; 0.3976 (Stour Valley Path (Newmarket trailhead))) to Cattawade (51°57′25″N 1°03′23″E / 51.9570°N 1.0563°E / 51.9570; 1.0563 (Stour Valley Path (Cattawade trailhead))), a village near Manningtree.[1]

The path follows the catchment area of the River Stour. The majority of the route forms part of European Path E2. It connects with the Icknield Way Path, St Edmund Way, the Stour and Orwell Walk and the Essex Way.[1]

A 32 minute video on YouTube shows many of the highlights along the route and can be watched here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zmJwGfzKXeA

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Highlights

Some of the highlights along the route:


Devils Dyke (Devils Ditch) Saxon Earthwork

Clare Castle Motte and Bailey

Clare Priory Ruins

Historic Villages of Cavendish and Long Melford

Melford Hall and Kentwell Hall

Melford to Sudbury Railway

Sudbury Water Meadows

Dedham Vale AONB

Flatford Mill (National Trust)

RSPB Cattawade Marshes

References

  1. ^ a b "Stour Valley Path (East Anglia)". Ramblers Association. Retrieved 30 November 2008.
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