The Brecks Trail- Brandon County Park IP27 0SU to West Stow Country Park IP28 6HG. 14mile / 23km. https://www.discoversuffolk.org.uk/promoted-trails/brecks-trail/
Peddars Way & Norfolk Coast Path National Trail
A quarter of this distinctive route lies within the Brecks, starting at Knettishall Heath through to Holme-next-the-Sea. Peddars Way is suitable for people with special access needs and most of it is open to cyclists. 67 miles / 107 km.
The Icknield Way Path– Knettishall Heath to the Berkshire Ridgeway, via the Chilterns.105 miles/165km.
Angles Way– The ‘Broads to the Brecks’ path, linking Knettishall Heath with Great Yarmouth via the Little Ouse and Waveney valleys. 77 miles / 124 km.
Iceni Way– Knettishall Heath to Holme-next-the-Sea via Brandon and the Fens.
The Harling Drove– Covering between Roudham Heath and Bromehill at Weeting, connecting with Peddars Way. Much of the trail is off-road on sandy tracks. 10 miles/16.25 km
The Little Ouse Path– A gentle meandering walk through the Little Ouse valley, total route is off-road.
10 mile/16.25 km
The Weeting Village Trail– Easy circular route visiting some of the local features of interest. For the more adventurous there are footpath links to other parts of the parish and further afield. 3 miles/5 km