Sam Hooke

Southwold to Walberswick Ferry

We walked anti-clockwise from Southwold, along the edge of the sports grounds, and then through the sand dunes. There were quite a few people about, and lots of dogs.

At the mouth of the River Blyth you can see the ferry crossing to Walberswick. It was then easy going on the sand back to Southwold, with even more people and dogs, since it turned out to be a remarkably warm and sunny day for March.

A pleasant, casual amble, in under an hour.