Those who like to go walking
but are not sure about taking on lots of steephills may wish to consider Suffolk, it has been suggested.
The Mail on Sunday travel editor Frank Barrett commented: "Suffolk is not a county famous for its steeping peaks, so it's ideal for anyone in search of an untaxing stroll."
He suggested that the South and Heart of Suffolk Walking festival
, which runs from May 15th to June 6th, offers many good opportunities to discover the county's scenery.
Those keen to go walking
in Suffolk may wish to pick up some walking equipment
at their nearest Go Outdoors store, one of which is in the Essex town of Basildon, near the southern part of Suffolk.
People walking in East Anglia may also enjoy walking in Norfolk, where the Ramblers recently managed to raise funds to repair a footpath through sales of a walking guide to the county, the organisation published.
The funds were used to ensure a crumbling steep path was made safe again, meaning walkers no longer have to take a detour along a main road.
Posted by Elaine Arthur