Peddars Way

The Peddars Way is a long distance footpath of 46 miles or 74km and follows the route of a Roman road. 
The name is said to be derived from the Latin ‘pedester’ or ‘on foot’. 
First mentioned on a map of 1587, it starts at Knettishall Heath in Suffolk, 4 miles east of Thetford near the Norfolk Suffolk border and passes through North Pickenham 19 miles from there.
The track is one of four long distance footpaths called the Greater Ridgeway which, when combined, totals 363 miles and runs from Lyme Regis in Dorset to Hunstanton.
Peddars Way links with the Norfolk Coast Path at Holme-next-the-Sea and combined it forms the Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path National Trail. The two paths together run for a total 97 miles and are one of fifteen National Trails in England and Wales.

Follow Trojan Llama on his photographic Flickr Peddars Way hike.