Long distance trails
- Named after the legendary warrior and Queen of the Iceni whose tribes once inhabited the area, it runs parallel with the old Roman Road
- Running for nearly 50 miles between King’s Lynn and Cambridge, it traces the course of rivers that drain into the Wash
- Through the poppies of North-East Norfolk, these take in medieval churches, villages, rolling farmland, disused railways and beaches
- These walks range in length from 1.25 to 7 miles, meandering through a changing landscape, lakes and market towns
- Explore the first stretch of Norfolk’s newest trail, Three Rivers Way, between Hoveton and Horning. Either on foot or by bike, there is plenty to see and do along the way.