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Cross-site scripting attack

When I middle-click (for new tab) the website in "Turn right onto ferry Harwich Harbour Ferry · website" I get a warning that a XSS attack attempted to redirect me from harwichharbourferry.com to seeinside.link - has cycle.travel been broken into?

Maximum gradient

Is there any way to figure out the maximum gradient of a route other than moving the pointer slowly along it and watching the tooltip?

And is it possible to set a maximum or would that mean another server to calculate routes?

When will the map next update?

When will the map next update? the date on which we last updated the data says it'll update once a month and was last done on 12 Feb, but it's now well past 12 Mar...

The Pilgrim's Way from King's Lynn to Walsingham

This is as close as I'd go to the pilgrim's way from the West mentioned on https://www.walsinghamvillage.org/about/history-of-pilgrimage/ and even then, it includes a mile on the busy A148 past Harpley Dams.

Churches along the route include: South Wootton, Castle Rising, Babingley (Orthodox Chapel), West Newton (just off the route, uphill), Flitcham, Houghton (inside the hall grounds - check for opening times), West Rudham, East Rudham (just off the route), Waterden (just off the route, up a footpath, fairly hidden), North Barsham, Houghton St Giles (slipper chapel), Walsingham.

The route approaching from the South is rather simpler and plotted at https://cycle.travel/map/journey/88811

Norwich to King's Lynn the easy way

Leave Norwich by following the green "pedalway" signs to Bowthorpe. Continue straight on instead of following the green route when it turns hard left and you should join Chapel Break Road by the Three Score sign. Turn right onto the road and turn next left onto the width-restricted New Road under the A47, signposted Bawburgh for cycles on its left.

At the end of the road in Bawburgh, turn right, following signs to Marlingford, then turn left at the end of that road. Continue straight on through Barford to Barnham Broom to Brandon Parva. After crossing the Yare on a narrow bridge, turn left to Runhall, then turn second left after Runhall church onto a height-restricted road to Hardingham, turning left then right to cross the B road.

Turn right at crossroads to Southburgh, continue straight on to Cranworth, turn right at end of road to Shipdham. In Shipdham, after first crossroads, turn left onto cycleway and continue straight on along the road. Turn left at end onto A1075, then turn right to Bradenham after zebra and crossroads. Continue straight on to Holme Hale to Swaffham.

In Swaffham, turn left at end of road and continue straight on at traffic lights, then turn right onto small no-motors lane by Atlantic Fish Bar past Strattons Hotel. Turn left at end, then turn right at end by police station onto West Acre Road. Continue straight on for 6 miles over weight-restricted river bridge. Turn left at end, then turn right at end onto B1153 to East Walton to Gayton.

Turn left at crossroads onto B1145 to King's Lynn and then either:

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