4.78 mi

Elevation gain

95 ft

Technical difficulty


Elevation loss

95 ft

Max elevation

134 ft



Min elevation

35 ft

Trail type





November 10, 2021


November 2021

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134 ft
35 ft
4.78 mi

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near Homersfield, England (United Kingdom)

Park at the north end of Tunbeck Close beside the playing fields just before the community centre.
Head SW past the community centre building and aim for the children's play area.
Cross the playing fields, SW, aiming for the largest tree on the far side.
Cross the stile. Turn right, north, hedge right.
Cross the busy A143 and head north on the footpath opposite. Cross the field, no hedges.
At the top of the field, cross the stile and head downhill into woodland.
Head north, over a bridge, past the bulidings along a footpath, fenced both sides.
Head north through woodland. Merge north with a wider farm track.
At the north end of the track the shorter walk heads left, west and the longer walk heads right, east.
SHORTER WALK - Head west along Stony Lane. At the bottom of the hill the two routes re-join.
LONGER WALK - Head east along Stony Lane which becomes an attractive oak-lined avenue.
At the tarmac Tunbeck Road, turn left, north, and head past the Grain Brewery with wonderful hop fumes.
At the T junction with the Alburgh village sign, turn left, west, over a stile into paddocks.
Negotiate the electric fences and nettle choked paths west, hedge right.
At the bottom before the drainage ditch head left, SW and battle past more nettles and electric fences.
Go through an accordian gate and enter a beautifully mown grass track - a good land owner.
Follow the path SW, hedge right. At the bottom re-join the shorter walk at Stony Lane.
BOTH WALKS - Head west across the ford or if it's wet, use the footbridge.
After the ford, take the first left and head SW and soon south, hedge left.
At the end of the field, go through the gap, over the sleeper bridge and continue south, hedge left.
At the woodland, turn right, west, and a few paces later turn left, south, through attractive mature trees.
At the wide gravel track, turn right, SW, fields left, woods right. After the wood, the track continues, oak lined.
At the right hand bend, turn off the gravel lane and head SW along the field perimeter, hedge right, oak tree ahead.
Continue SW, soon following twin power lines. There is a good view of the Redenhall church to the left.
At the house, turn left onto Church Lane (tarmac) and head SE. Ignore the right turn to Harleston and Starston.
At the A143, turn left and cross the waterway.
Cross the main road and head south towards the church along a tarmac footpath.
The watercourse and woodland are to the right.
Cross the old A143 and head up the steps into the churchyard.
Head right, west, past Redenahll church which has the most beautiful decorative flint.
Head west downhill in the cemetary. Still in the cemetary, turn left, south and leave the churchyard by a small gate.
Follow the field perimeter south, hedge left.
At Cook's Lane (tarmac) turn left, NE for 190 metres.
At a cross-roads in the overhead power lines, turn right and head south following a row of electricity poles, no hedges.
The view becomes excellent and the path bends left, SE, and drops down into the Waveney Valley.
Turn left, NE, along Low Road (tarmac) and head back towards Wortwell.
Soon after the "bends" warning sign, turn left, NE, over a stile into a meadow, hedge left.
Leave the meadow by another stile and skirt the Wortwell Bell Pub garden.
At the tarmac, turn right, NE, and immediately left, NW onto Tunbeck Close.
Take the first left into the playing fields and head NW across the grass, back to the car park.

Refreshments: Wortwell Bell and the Black Swan a mile to the NE.

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Car park

TM 27466 84997

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Black Swan


Wortwell Bell


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