The Norfolk Trails network brings together over 1,200 miles of walks, cycle and bridle routes throughout our beautiful county. Great interactive web site.
North Norfolk Walks are sheer joy.
Beautiful verdant countryside, spectacular seascapes and intriguing marshes divided neatly by paths that have been walked for thousands of years.
The Peddar’s Way, the Norfolk Coast Path, the Marriott’s Way, the Weavers’ Way, and the Paston Way are popular formal footpaths in reasonably accessible countryside.
In addition, Active Norfolk runs regular weekly informal walks that you can even take your dog to!
Below is a summary of these established pathways, but of course you needn’t stick to these, as there are so many beautiful beaches and villages where you can stroll to your heart’s content, as little or as much as you are willing or able to do.
The Norfolk Coast Path covers about 45 miles between Hunstanton and Cromer enabling you to experience some of the most exhilarating coastal scenery in England, passing near seaside villages, incredible beaches and beautiful country pubs to sustain you wide excellent food.
Take a few days to enjoy this walk, staying in our friendly hotels, B&Bs or pubs along the way and then take the Coasthopper bus back along the coast road to your start point.
Peddars Way starts near Thetford and joins the Norfolk Coast Park at Holme-Next-The-Sea, approximately 3 miles from Hunstanton.
Together, these two North Norfolk Walks are over 90 miles long and form one of 15 national trails in the UK.
Marriott’s Way is a 26-mile footpath, bridle way and cycle route from Aylsham to Norwich following the track beds of two disused railway lines.
It is mostly wheelchair and mobility scooter accessible and is great for wildlife spotting and various public artworks.
Weavers’ Way is a 62-mile path from Cromer to Great Yarmouth, with typical Norfolk countryside – mixed farmland, woodland and marshes.
Paston Way covers 22 miles from Cromer to North Walsham, a walk taking in medieval churches, pretty villages, beaches and rolling farmland.
Pdf maps of the above North Norfolk Walks and shorter circular walks are available
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