The series of Access Tested trails have been undertaken to support people accessing the countryside and improve quality of life. It offers the chance for us to make improvements to make our Trails more accessible than ever and provides you with even more information about what you will encounter on a walk. Just look out for the Access Tested Logo.
The Access Tested booklet contain key logistical details and a route map with description of the route. It also has a map showing audit points with associated photos and details, illustrating the ground conditions, width, etc. you are likely to encounter on your walk.
So why not get your copy of the booklet, plan a visit to suit you, and give it a try?
There will be more Access Tested walks coming soon.
Can’t wait for more Access Tested trails? Don’t worry, there are the Easy Access trails with photos developed by the Norfolk Coast Partnership.
Roman Fort, Burgh Castle Trail 1.2 miles (pdf)
Journey through history as you travel around the ruins of the Roman Fort and enjoy views of the stunning Broads landscape.
Brandon Flint Walk, Breaking New Ground 2.25 miles (pdf)
A 2.25 mile town walk through Brandon, a Breckland town characterised by its flint architecture. The route passes historic buildings, the Little Ouse River.
Historic Weeting, Breaking New Ground 5 miles (pdf)
A 5 mile circular walk around the village of Weeting. Expect open landscapes and historic buildings
Thetford Architecture, Breaking New Ground 2.75 miles (pdf)
A 2.75 mile circular walk around Thetford town centre following the Little Ouse river past various historic sites.
Attlebridge to Lenwade, Marriott's Way 1.5 miles (pdf)
A 1.5 mile access tested route along Marriott's Way through open countryside and The Wensum Valley from Attlebridge car park to Porter's Lane car park in Lenwade
Hellesdon to Drayton, Marriott's Way 2.5 miles (pdf)
A 2.5 mile access tested route along Marriott's Way through open countryside and the beautiful Wensum Valley from Gunton Lane car park, Hellesdon to Drayton
Lenwade to Whitwell, Marriott's Way 2.5 miles (pdf)
A 2.5 mile access tested route along Marriott's Way from Porter's Lane car park in Lenwade to Whitwell and Reepham Station
Norwich to Hellesdon, Marriott's Way 2.5 miles (pdf)
A 2.5 mile access tested route along Marriott's Way starting at Barn Road roundabout in Norwich and ending at Gunton Lane in Hellesdon
Taverham to Attlebridge, Marriott's Way 2 miles (pdf)
A 2 mile access tested route through woodland and open countryside along Marriott's Way from Freeland Corner car park in Taverham to the Station Road car park in Attlebridge
Blakeney Freshers, Norfolk Coast Path 2.5 miles (pdf)
An accessible 2.5 mile linear stretch of the coast path from Blakeney to Cley next the Sea with an optional circular route back which may be difficult for some.
Gorleston to Great Yarmouth, Norfolk Coast Path 3 miles (pdf)
A 3 mile section of the coast path, connecting Gorleston seafront to the bustling town of Great Yarmouth by a route alongside the River Yare.
Haven Bridge to North Denes, Norfolk Coast Path
A short section of the Coast Path, from quay side through Great Yarmouth town, following Marine Parade past the pier and beach to the dune scape of North Denes.
Wells Quayside, 1 mile (pdf)
A 1 mile stretch of coast path along the quay side of the harbour town of Wells-next-the-Sea. An accessible route with stunning coastal views.
North Walsham, 1 mile
A 1 mile access-tested short walk along Weavers' Way through North Walsham town.
North Walsham to Honing, 3.5 miles
A 3.5 mile route along Weavers' Way from North Walsham market place to the old station car park in Honing.
Honing to East Ruston, 2 miles
A 2 mile route along Weavers' Way from the old station car park in Honing to East Ruston through woodland and open countryside
East Ruston to Stalham, 2 miles
A 2 mile section of Weavers' Way following the disused railway line from East Ruston to Stalham
Felmingham to North Walsham, 2 miles
A 2 mile route along Weavers' Way following the disused railway line from Felmingham to North Walsham