Reeayl one
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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Reepham and Aylsham.

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Grid Ref TG1001722847
Lat / Lon 52.76240° / 1.11127°
Easting / Northing 610,017E / 322,847N
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Grid Ref TG1931226911
Lat / Lon 52.79519° / 1.25151°
Easting / Northing 619,312E / 326,911N
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Reeayl One's land is

Arable 71.7%
Pasture 3.4%
Urban 24.2%
Woods 0.7%

Data: Corine Land Cover (CLC) 2018


Michael McClinton

24 Jun 2023 Summer

It was a nice walk. There were some parts where you had to walk on the road which wasn't ideal. Mostly it was dirt footpaths with the majority being an old disused train track. It is a nice way to walk from Reepham to Aylsham. Some parts would not be ideal for a pushchair and some parts might be to skinny for a cycle.

Tom B

23 Jun 2023 Summer

Walk is over even ground for the most of it with a few stoney lumpy sections. The start in Reepham is country roads with little path ways or walking on Road, until you hit Marriott's way which is then a nice old railway way turned into a cycle way / walking path with mile markers.

The walk is half shaded by trees and some areas have some no shade. Remember to bring hats and a drink..

This walk could be done with all terrain buggy if you are outdoors parent.

Marion Frankland

30 Oct 2022 Autumn

A lovely route, which quickly drops onto a disused railway line(Marriots Way). This is variously surfaced, with a nice surface at the Aylsham end, moving to a more muddy path as you get away from the town. Various widths in places. Suitable for a bike, but I wouldn't take a wheelchair! Diverts off the railway for a short while through the village, I was running so didn't stop anywhere!.

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