Tas Valley Way
40 km / 25 miles
The Way goes through Intwood, Swardeston, Mulbarton and Hapton and then follows the course of the River Tas to the source near to New Buckenham. The route continues to Attleborough where advantage can be taken of local services. In all 16 churches and towns or villages are visited along the route. The linking waymarked Upper Tas Valley Walk (19 miles and on OS mapping) starts at Hethersett, heading to the source.
At Cringleford there are links with the Ketts Country Walk and Yare Valley Walk (7 miles), the latter following the valley of the River Yare and returning along the wooded southern slopes.
Map and Route description available from website below.
|Path Type:||Other Paths|
|Waymark:||Named yellow discs|
TG200059 - Cringleford, Norfolk
TM045951 - Attleborough, Norfolk
|Web Sites:||Norfolk County Council - Long Distance Paths|
Publications, Badges and Certificates:
|Leaflet:||Tas Valley Way (Norfolk County Council)|
|Booklet:||Guide to the Yare Valley Walk (Yare Valley Publishers - 2004)|
|Purchase Ordnance Survey Maps:|
|OS Landranger:||134, 144|
|OS Explorer Active:||237|
|Other Paths:||Kett's Country Walk|
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|39.3 Km (24.4 miles)
249 m (817 ft) ascent
52 m (171 ft) maximum height