2 July 2018
Fancy a stroll? Check out our detailed walk directions for eight fabulous walks along the coast, onto the downs, or head to the city to explore Norwich’s green spaces, history and architecture
Stiffkey to Blakeney
In the first of a new series of local walks, Nicholas Rudd-Jones enjoys a coastal stroll from Stiffkey to Blakeney.
In the second of our series of local walks, Nicholas Rudd-Jones enjoys a circular stroll taking in Brancaster Staithe, Barrow Common and Brancaster (Branodunum) Roman Fort.
Sheringham to Cromer
This walk features two delightful small towns full of vitality and seaside charm, plus stunning seascapes and the chance to walk back along the beach.
Burnham Overy Staithe to Holkham
This beautiful coastal walk includes – a quay and tidal creek, salt marshes, mud flats, sand dunes and a mile-long (actually a two miles long) beach of glorious, golden sand.
Holkham Hall is one of the great houses of the 18th century and it comprises 3,000 acres of parkland that makes for a very pleasant stroll.
Summer in the City – Norwich
Our resident walker Nicholas Rudd-Jones has just published Urban Rambles, a book of 20 glorious walks around English cities, celebrating amongst other things their green spaces, architecture and history. Here’s one of his favourites, an urban ramble through our very own city, Norwich.
Weybourne Hope to Sheringham Park
This walk gives you a riot of sea, parkland and woods – and an incredible view of the coast from a viewing tower.
Hunstanton to Thornham
Nicholas Rudd-Jones enjoys a stroll from Hunstanton to Thornham, complete with local history, beautiful beaches and oodles of opportunities for nature spotting