Weekend Walk at Brampton

Ramblers at Brampton Station 13 April 2013Spring sprung just in time for the lastest East Suffolk Line guided walk. The bright morning sunshine and milder temperatures that ushered in the weekend were a perfect combination for the walk from Brampton Station on Saturday 13 April.

 

Ramblers were lead by Roger Wolfe who devised the series of interconnected walks several years ago. The walks span adjoining footpaths along the entire East Suffolk Line from Ipswich to Lowestoft and now Trimley to Felixstowe.

 

East Suffolk Line Walks waymarker Most of the walks are waymarked; there are circular walks from some stations, and options for shorter or longer walks from many stations. At each station you’ll find a station-to-station walk allowing you start or end your outing by train, and planning your walk is now even easier with the new hourly rail service between Ipswich and Lowestoft. No two walks are the same and the scenery you’ll see is just as diverse.

 

Ramblers admiring a bank of wild primroses on the Brampton Circular Walk 13-04-2013The guided walks take place regularly throughout the year and are a chance to meet fellow ramblers and enjoy scenery in Suffolk that is accessible only by foot.

 

If you can’t be part of one of the guided walks you can still easily navigate any of the walks along the line with the East Suffolk Line Walks guide; it’s loaded with maps and information and it’s free as either a downloadable publication or hard copy.

 

For more information about East Suffolk Line Walks and the latest guided walks programme, or to get your free walks guide visit the East Suffolk Line Walks website.Walks Booklet

 

 

 

 

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