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Coastal Treasures walking routes

Photo of part of The Burnhams walking route showing boats at low tide

There's a walk here for everyone, whether you've never walked in the countryside before or you're a seasoned rambler.

There are downloadable route maps, as well as stories from local history and heritage for each walk. Get start points, parking information and if you like to use a mobile gps device you can get gpx files too.

Brancaster circular walk

This circular walk offers a rich and varied past for the heritage explorer to delve into

Brancaster Staithe walking route

The Brancaster Staithe walk is a contrast of saltmarsh and sailing regattas, wind and woodland

The Burnhams walking route

Following in the footsteps of two of Norfolk's maritime heroes, this stunning route visits three of the historic 'Seven Burnhams by the sea'

Heacham walking route

A short and very accessible route, the Heacham circular often provides sparkling views across the Wash

Houghton walking route

This route circles one of Norfolk's most important Bronze Age landscapes

Hunstanton circular walking route

This short circular route is linked by a series of clifftop greens and gardens

Ken Hill walking route

This short but charming walk snakes through the mixed woodland of the Ken Hill Estate

Leziate walking route

This peaceful route passes between the sleepy villages of Leziate and Ashwicken

Ringstead walking route

This is the longest of the Coastal Treasures walks a wonderful experience for the more adventurous walker

Snettisham circular walking route

This Snettisham circular walk has a wonderful variety of landscapes to enjoy

Thornham walking route

This route offers rich history and a vast, natural remoteness

The Woottons circular walking route

The Woottons route has good surfaces throughout and a number of bridges to help visitors through woodland

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