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Marriott's Way

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The Marriott's Way is a long-distance foot, cycle path and bridleway between Norwich and Aylsham, Norfolk, England. It forms part of the National Cycle Network (NCN) (Route 1) and the red route of Norwich's Pedalways cycle path network. It is open to walkers, cyclists and horse riders. Its total length is 24.6 miles (39.5 km). It has a mixture of surfaces; tarmac, compacted gravel and mud. The name of the route originates from the chief engineer and manager of the Midland and Great Northern Joint Railway M&GNJR, William Marriott who held this position for 41 years.

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Appropriateness as Walking route: 0 comment
Paved: Paved (55.43% - 22 km unpaved)
Traffic load: traffic (low traffic)
Noise pollution: noise

Landscape Characteristics help
Nature landscape: nature
Urbanized area: urban
Near water: water

Dominant direction(gdir) help
dir:12% dir:29% dir:17% dir:34%

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United Kingdom - View all walking routes in this country | 4 stars | 24.5 mi
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