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River Yare & Claxton from Rockland Staithe

Nat Park - The Broads

County/Area - Norfolk

Author - Lou Johnson

Length - 5.2 miles / 8.5 km

Ascent - 150 feet / 45 metres

Grade - easy

Start - OS grid reference TG327046
Lat 52.589355 // Long 1.433925
Postcode NR14 7HP (approx. location only)
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Route Outline

Norfolk Broads walk from Rockland Staithe explores the River Yare and Claxton village. Route uses part of the Wherryman's Way.

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