About The Miller's Cycle Trail
Pakenham Water Mill
One of the real jewels in the Crown among Bury St Edmunds cycling routes is ‘The Miller’s Trail’, which promises to really take you back in time and offers a route available only to cyclists.
The route offers a rich and traditional agricultural course; passing turning sails and waterwheels of historic mills - stop to climb the stairs and see the Suffolk landscape from the height of the mill towers.
You also have a chance to take home some freshly milled flour and pass by some beautiful villages and nature reserves.
The route starts at the ancient village of Ixworth and takes in several surrounding villages and treats including Pakenham Water Mill via a 23 mile route (12 mile shortcut version also available).
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