Weavers' Way

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Weavers' Way
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Weavers' Way
Length 90 km (56 mi)
Location Norfolk
Trailheads Cromer
52°55′58″N 1°18′03″E / 52.9327°N 1.3008°E / 52.9327; 1.3008 (Weavers Way (Cromer trailhead))
Great Yarmouth
52°36′23″N 1°44′12″E / 52.6063°N 1.7368°E / 52.6063; 1.7368 (Weavers Way (Great Yarmouth trailhead))
Use Walking
Hiking details
Season All year round
The way close to Blickling

The Weavers' Way is a long distance footpath in Norfolk, England. It is 56 miles (90 km) long and runs from Cromer to Great Yarmouth. It passes through Hanworth, Aylsham, Worstead, Stalham, Potter Heigham, Thurne and Halvergate before crossing the marshes around Berney Arms and skirting the northern edge of Breydon Water where it shares the same route as the Wherryman's Way.

The name Weavers' Way comes from the cloth industry that was once a major industry in the area before the industrial revolution

At Cromer, the Weavers' Way links with the North Norfolk Coastal Path, and at Great Yarmouth it joins the Angles Way. Combined with the Peddars Way the trails make a circuit around Norfolk.

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Coordinates: 52°46′38″N 1°30′09″E / 52.7773°N 1.5026°E / 52.7773; 1.5026 (Weavers' Way)