Thornham sits in a perfect example of north-west Norfolk landscape, with its saltmarsh and sand flats.
This route offers rich history and a vast, natural remoteness without straying too far from the comforts of cafés and pubs that offer the best in local produce.
The route’s starting point is outside Thornham Village Hall (TF729433). Head left and follow the route clockwise.
There's a bus stop at the route’s starting point served by Lynx Coastliner service 36.
There's free car parking at Drove Orchards and Thornham Old Harbour. There are also spaces at the village hall with an honesty box and a request for a donation of about £5 if you park there all day.
GPX is shorthand for GPS eXchange Format, It's a type of file that is a popular way of saving and exchanging routes. You can read more about GPX files and how to use them on the Ordnance Survey blog.