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Stour Valley Path in Suffolk. For the Stour Valley Way in Dorset, see Stour Valley Way. For the Stour Valley Walk in Kent, see Stour Valley Walk.
The Stour Valley Path runs for about 103 km from Cattawade near Manningtree on the Suffolk/Essex border along the River Stour to Newmarket near the river's source. The river largely forms the border between Essex and Suffolk, and so the path crosses between the two counties a number of times, as well as a brief visit to Cambridgeshire. (
The Stour Valley Path sign and logo
Photograph of Stour Valley Path fingerpost
View from the Bridge at Flatford Mill. The path through the field is part of the Stour Valley Path heading towards Dedham.
Part of the Stour Valley Path at Flatford
Stour Valley Path between Dedham and Flatford Mill
Dedham, Essex, England - Monday 11th February 2008.
A tranquil late afternoon in mid-January. Stour Valley Path, Dedham Vale.
Narrow section of the Stour Valley Path near Dedham, promising more open views beyond.
River Stour, just upstream of Stratford St Mary, in "Constable Country". Photo is taken from the Stour Valley Path.
Memorial bench beside a gate on the Stour Valley Path near Wormingford.
Looking south from Stour Valley Path near Wormingford.
View towards fishing lake from the Stour Valley Path near Wormingford.
Stour Valley Path near Wormingford. In a wet winter, the path crossing ploughed land is rather muddy.
A farm bridge across the River Stour north of Bures, between Essex and Suffolk. The Stour Valley Path runs close by.
Country road, on the way to Great Henny, south of Sudbury. The road in the distance forms part of the Stour Valley Path.
Stour Valley path. Along the route of the former Sudbury to Bury St Edmunds railway line, which closed in 1961.
The Stour Valley Path. Avenue of Lime Trees from Long Melford to Kentwell Hall.
Kentwell Hall. The Hall is seen from the Stour Valley Path.
Stour Valley Path at Kentwell Downs, towards the woodland of Pond Plantation.
Stour Valley Path, walking to Clare from Stoke-by-Clare.
Stour Valley Path, walking to Stoke-by-Clare from Clare.
Combine trails. Looking south from the Stour Valley Path, near Boyton End, west of Haverhill.
Stour Valley Path, near Boyton End, west of Haverhill.
Junction of footpaths and bridleways, including the Stour Valley Path to Kedington.
Stour Valley Path opposite Keddington parish church.
Trundley Wood Viewed from the Stour Valley Path, near Great Wratting.
Stour Valley Path, North of Great Bradley. At this point following a good farm track.