Routes England SaxmundhamDunwich
South dunwich

Dunwich, Saxmundham, England

South dunwich

Length5.1 mi
Elev. Gain114.8 ft
Est. Steps12000


Scenic views

Wild flowers

Historic site

Quiet place

No shade

Created by why garry
South dunwich is a 5.1 mile (12,000-step) route located near Dunwich, Saxmundham, England. This route has an elevation gain of about 114.8 ft and is rated as easy. Find the best walking trails near you in Pacer App.
Start dunwich Heath follow orange signs then footpath signs to dunwich.couple of pints in ship inn then walk back along the cliff edge to start with.when you enter national trust land take the footpath to your left and follow to the end

Greyfriars, Dunwich

Greyfriars, Dunwich was a Franciscan friary in Dunwich in the English county of Suffolk. The friary was founded before 1277 by Richard FitzJohn and his wife Alice and dissolved in 1538. The original site, which had 20 friars in 1277 when it first appears in records, was threatened by coastal erosion and the friary was moved inland in 1289.

Dunwich Heath

Dunwich Heath is an area of coastal lowland heath just south of the village of Dunwich, in the Suffolk Coast and Heaths AONB. It is adjacent to the RSPB reserve at Minsmere. It lies within the area of the Minsmere-Walberswick Heaths and Marshes Site of Special Scientific Interest, Special Area of Conservation and Special Protection Area.


Dunwich is a village and civil parish in Suffolk, England. It is in the Suffolk Coast and Heaths AONB around 92 miles (148 km) north-east of London, 9 miles (14 km) south of Southwold and 7 miles (11 km) north of Leiston, on the North Sea coast.In the Anglo-Saxon period, Dunwich was the capital of the Kingdom of the East Angles, but the harbour and most of the town have since disappeared due to coastal erosion.

Minsmere–Walberswick Heaths and Marshes

Minsmere–Walberswick Heaths and Marshes are a Special Area of Conservation and Site of Special Scientific Interest in the English county of Suffolk. The site is located on the North Sea coast between Southwold and Sizewell, extending over an area of coastline around 7 miles (11 km) in length. The site is also designated as a Special Protection Area, part of the Minsmere–Walberswick European Marine Site and contains areas designated as Ramsar sites and Natura 2000 sites.

Greyfriars Wood


Dunwich Museum

Tourist Attraction

Cliff House Holiday Park


Gallows Field

Tourist Attraction

Cliff House Estate Caravan Park

Tourist Attraction

Solitary Bees and Wasps

Tourist Attraction
Route Details


5.1 mi

Elev. Gain

114.8 ft

Est. Steps

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