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TR - St Edmund Way (With Video) - Day 1
« on: 13:01:42, 04/03/19 »
The St Edmund Way runs for 80 miles from Manningtree on the Suffolk/Essex Border and finishes in Branson on the Norfolk border, taking in the Stour Valley, Lavenham, Bury St Edmunds, The Lark Valley, The Icknield Way and the Little Ouse River. This is part of my journey...

Guided Walk Video:

Route: Manningtree to Nayland
Distance: 23.8km (14.78 Miles)
Time: 6 Hours 22 Minutes

Full Trip Report:

The first waymarker for the walk...

Cattawade Marshes

Entering Dedham Vale AONB

Arriving at Flatford.

Flatford Mill - owned and managed by the National Trust

The River Stour - Part of the start of the walk follows the same line as the Stour Valley Path.

The gentle rise of the side of the valley.

Lovely views today in the sunshine.

Nayland - the end of Day 1

Thanks for looking - more to come soon! :)
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Re: TR - St Edmund Way (With Video) - Day 1
« Reply #1 on: 17:35:59, 05/03/19 »
Very nice 8)
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Re: TR - St Edmund Way (With Video) - Day 1
« Reply #2 on: 18:49:01, 05/03/19 »
Great pics on forum and have started watching the video's as this is a walk I wouldn't mind doing. Living in Essex, the start is just up the road from me.

On your travels doing the St. Edmund Way, did you notice any campsites? I would prefer to do the walk on a multi day hike in one big go but when I have looked at the route online I didn't see any campsites on route.