Ordnance Survey ThetfordForest in the Brecks (Explorer Maps) (OS Explorer Map)
This OS Explorer Map Sheet 229 covering the Thetford Forest in the Brecks is perfect for walking and biking enthusiasts. Six Recreational Paths are marked on...... more
This OS Explorer Map Sheet 229 covering the Thetford Forest in the Brecks is perfect for walking and biking enthusiasts. Six Recreational Paths are marked on map 229, they are the Hereward Way, Icknield Way Path, Lark Valley Path, Little Ouse Path, Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path and the St Edmund Way. Some of the places covered on map sheet 229 include Brandon, Thetford, The Brecks, Mundford, Weeting, Icklingham and Rushford.
Ordnance Survey ThetfordForest in the Brecks (OS Explorer Map Active)
This OS Explorer Active Map 229 covering the Thetford Forest in The Brecks is an encapsulated map that is tough; perfect for outdoor country enthusiasts. The...... more
This OS Explorer Active Map 229 covering the Thetford Forest in The Brecks is an encapsulated map that is tough; perfect for outdoor country enthusiasts. The maps can be written on so that your favourite routes can be easily highlighted. National Trail and Recreational Paths are listed on map 229 such as Hereward Way, Icknield Way Path, Lark Valley Path, Little Ouse Path, Peddars Way, Norfolk Coast Path and St Edmund Way. Some of the places covered on map 229, include Thetford, Brandon, The Brecks and Merton.
CycleCity with Sustrans Suffolk Cycle Map: Including the Suffolk Coast Cycle Route, Ipswich, Bury St Edmunds, Felixstowe and 5 Individual Day Rides
This area map shows the National Cycle Network and local routes in this area. It covers the Suffolk area of the East of England, including Harwich and...... more
This area map shows the National Cycle Network and local routes in this area. It covers the Suffolk area of the East of England, including Harwich and Felixstowe, Ipswich, Thetford Forest and Beccles.This pocket-sized colour map shows clearly mapped on-road and traffic-free paths, easy to read contours, and detailed inset maps for the major towns and cities as well as recommended linking routes connecting the NCN with quiet roads. The map also features 5 day rides with directions and a description of the area, highlighting key cycle routes, local history and places of interest.Features:Author: Cycle City Guides and SustransPublished: March 2013Scale: 1:110,000 - main mapSize: 10 x 15 cm folded, 60 x 80 cm unfolded
Ordnance Survey Ordnance Survey Pack - Explorer Map 229 ~ ThetfordForest in The Brecks, Thetford & Brandon plus scale ruler
This is a folded paper map. If you enjoy walking or cycling, and need a detailed map to take with you on your adventures, a map from Ordnance Survey's Explorer...... more
This is a folded paper map. If you enjoy walking or cycling, and need a detailed map to take with you on your adventures, a map from Ordnance Survey's Explorer range is the perfect solution. The 1:25 000 scale mapping (4cm to 1km, 2½ inches to 1 mile) shows every landmark, house, river, viewpoint, hill and pub, ensuring that you will easily be able to plan and navigate your route. There are 403 maps in the Explorer range, together covering every inch of Great Britain, so wherever you want to go, a perfect product is available. Contour lines are used to give an accurate guide to land relief, and the comprehensive reference legend provides information on surface features and points of interest. This map comes with a handy bookmark-styled distance rule, which when placed onto the 1:25 000 scale mapping, will allow the user to note the walking distance between two points (as the crow flies).
Advantages: Nice gardens and church Disadvantages: Some *very* dodgy pubs
...really is quite dreary.
Which is a shame really, because I still want to visit Thetford Forest itself, which sounds wonderful, but isn't really that close to Thetford itself.
HOW TO GET THERE
You can get there by train from Peterborough (and further west), Norwich, Cambridge and other nearby towns en route quite easily. It's about 40 minutes from Norwich, and about the same from...
Advantages: Thrilling highwire and zip line adventure & good prices. Disadvantages: Heights can be an issue.
I am a fan of certain sporting activities such as Diving, Kayaking and walking but as a treat me husband thought it would be good if we tried something different.
He booked us a trip to the Go Ape adventure obstacle course at Thetford forest, I am not sure what he was thinking of as I am petrified of heights and this just does not appeal to me, but as it was all paid for I did...
Advantages: An exciting day out for children and adults Disadvantages: Height and ages restrictions
...During the long Summer holidays, we are always looking for new things to do with the children. A friend advised me of an exciting day out in the heart of Thetford Forest, which will appeal to older children and adults alike, so we decided to give Go Ape! a try.
If you have fancied swinging through the trees like Tarzan on ropes and swings, then you will enjoy Go Ape! Originally a French idea...