Sandy paths, and wet grass after rain around The Mulberry.
Calculated time is computed with the distance, the height difference, and an average speed of 2.2 mph. For an intermediate walker, this time includes small breaks.
(D/A) Walk out to the marina and turn left. After 250 yards, by a shelter, leave the water’s edge, turning left into the houses (signposted ‘Golf Course’). Cross Mulberry Close and take the road straight on, to a mini-roundabout.
(1) Turn right along Beacons Way, passing the entrance to the golf club on the left. When the road bends right, turn left by a gate onto the golf course. Walk past a hut to a crossroads of paths and turn right. Follow the broad track across the course until you reach the strip of sand dunes above the beach.
(2) Pick up a path by a concrete structure (part of a former rifle range) and turn right. Follow the path between the beach and the golf course as it curves inland along the estuary. Pass a car park on your right and continue past a jetty. When you reach the marina, turn right along a path to the road. Follow the pavement to the first house. Turn left and walk alongside the marina back to The Mulberry.(D/A)
D/A : km 0 - alt. 4m - The Mulberry
1 : km 0.33 - alt. 7m - Beacons Way,
2 : km 1.95 - alt. 3m - Concrete path
D/A : km 2.64 - alt. 4m - The Mulberry
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Gradual ascent and some rocky ground. May be muddy or boggy in places.
Mostly on surfaced paths and roads, but woodland paths may be muddy. The town walls are occasionally uneven,
include numerous steps and in places require a head for heights.
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