There are few pleasures in life simpler than a good walk, especially one that takes you past interesting landmarks and beautiful views before ending at a cosy pub. That’s why Adnams have teamed up with the online walking guide iFootpath to create a series of pub walks through The Suffolk Coast countryside.
iFootpath was created by Richard Jemmett and Claire Sharp, a husband and wife team who love walking with their four-legged best friend, Bobbie Dog. Their dream was to create an online library of walking guides, making it possible for anyone to discover a passion for walking.
The walks are presented exactly as you would hope: step-by-step directions, stunning photography of the area and a detailed description of the area’s history and environmental features. You can find all the iFootpath walks online, on the iFootpath app. This app contains 450 walks from around the UK, and allows you to follow your progress in real time around the satellite map of the route.
Adnams and iFootpath will be creating 11 pub walks that take in the serene Suffolk Coast landscape with refreshment stops at 15 Adnams pubs. As Claire from iFootpath points out, walking is one of the best ways to work up an appetite, so where better to satisfy your hunger and quench your thirst than at a great Adnams pub?
You can find out more about iFootpath and download the iFootpath app here. Printable versions of some of the Adnams pub walks are also available to download below:The Butt and Oyster, Cliff Plantation and Woolverstone Park, Pin Mill, SuffolkThe Ship Inn and Orwell Estuary, Levington, SuffolkThe Eel’s Foot Minsmere and Dunwich Trail, Eastbridge, SuffolkThe White Hart and Blyth Estuary, Blythburgh, SuffolkKeys and Crown: The Snape Heath and River Pub Trail, Snape, SuffolkKings and Sailors: The Orford Heritage and Pub Trail, SuffolkThe Maybush Inn and Deben Estuary, Waldringfield, Suffolk
Image by Martin Pettitt