Route: Peddars Way (United Kingdom)

Submitted by RSantos on Sat, 07/25/2020 - 04:52am
United Kingdom
72 km
Vertical Gain
664 m

The Peddars Way is 46 miles (74 km) long and follows the route of a Roman road. It has been suggested by more than one writer that it was not created by the Romans but was an ancient trackway, a branch or extension of the Icknield Way, used and remodelled by the Romans.[2] The name is said to be derived from the Latin pedester – on foot. It is first mentioned on a map of 1587 AD. It starts at Knettishall Heath in Suffolk (near the Norfolk-Suffolk border, about 7 km or 4 mi east of Thetford), and it links with the Norfolk Coast Path at Holme-next-the-Sea. (from Wikipedia -

GPS Track


I had a shot at this today aiming for 7"30' - didn't realise that Charlie had already been out this weekend and beat me to the FKT. Amazing pace from him. Here's my effort: