Peddars Way & Norfolk Coast Path | Day 3  
Date: 21st May 2019 Distance: 26.2km (16.3 Miles) Parking: N/A
Start Location: Castle Acre Ascent (m/ft): 224m (735ft) Weather:


Time Started: 08:40 Highest Point: N/A Difficulty: Moderate
Duration: 7 Hours 7 Minutes        
Route: Peddars Way & Norfolk Coast Path - Part 3
Castle Acre to Sedgeford

The third day along the Peddars Way follows one of the straightest paths in the country for over 15 miles. The roman road is followed almost continuously to the village of Sedgeford.

A beautiful stone barn conversion at the start of the walk.

Looking back over the Barley to Castle Acre.

Following the trail on the other side of the hedge rather than walking on the road.

The Trig which marks the point the road is left and the Peddars Way joins a track heading in the same direction.

The OS Trig.

The Peddars Way.

Stunning trees along the trail.

Easy to follow path for the rest of the day.

Views of the surrounding countryside.

Ancient remains alogn the trail. This is a Tumulus dating to the Bronze Age.

Along the trail there are additional signs pointing to facilities and overnight accomodation.

Straight as an arrow.

North West Norfolk Countryside.

The village of Fring.

Farms and Countryside as I approach Sedgeford.

A beautiful flowering Wisteria as I enter Sedgeford for an overnight stay at the pub.