Wherryman's Way - Part 1  
Date: 20th March 2020 Distance: 20.1km (12.48 Miles) Parking: Norwich City Centre
Start Location: Norwich Ascent (m/ft): 150m (492ft) Weather:

Mostly Cloudy

Time Started: 09:00 Highest Point: N/A Difficulty: Moderate
Duration: 5 Hours 36 Minutes        
Route: Part 1
The Wherrymans Way
Norwich to Rockland St Mary

Norwich Train Station - the official start of the Wherryman's Way.

Just minutes from the Train Station is the River Wensum which is followed for a short way past the Riverside Leisure Complex.

New Riverside Appartment.s

The Boom Towers forming part of the medieval city walls.

On two waymarked long distance trails at the moment...

Trowse Church.

The remains of Trowse Newton Hall. Grade II listed.

Whitlingham Lake.

Wherryman's Way Waymarking.

The River Yare.

A ruined church at the end of Whitlingham Lane by the A47.

Brief sunshine as I cross the open countryside towards Surlingham.

The Waters Edge Restaurant.

Details and a sculpture for the Wherrymans Way.

Next stop, Surlingham.

Bramerton Staithe.

Surlingham Church.

Just off the route is the ruins of St Saviours Church overlooking Church Fen.

RSPB Church Fen.

The Ferry House - Surlingham.

Another pub, this one Coldham Hall about a mile or so away from the Ferry House.

The River Yare at Coldham Hall.

Rockland Staithe, the end of Day 1.