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Short and circular walks

  • Walks cover a range of distances and types of terrain. Meander through the countryside along the Norfolk/ Suffolk border
  • Located 7 miles east of Norwich, these gentle walks, ranging from 1-7 miles. Take in orchards, rolling farmland and woodland
  • This short route will take in some of the weirder highlights of King's Lynn
  • Seven circular walks that encourage you to head off the Marriott's Way route and explore the surrounding countryside
  • Walks along the river or through established woodland. Includes numerous historic buildings and ruins
  • From Hunstanton to Sea Palling, these walks meander through the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding National Beauty
  • Through North-East Norfolk, these walks take in┬ámedieval churches, villages, farmland, disused railways and beaches
  • Following an old Roman road, these short and circular walks range from 5 to 8 miles
  • Walks that start and finish at a railway station on the Bittern Line or Wherry Lines
  • Walks include historic country estates, disused railway lines, woodland, farmland, rivers and the Norfolk Broads
  • Ranging from 3 to 4.5 miles, these walks take in picturesque villages, woodland, rivers and rolling farmland
  • Walks range from 1.25 to 7 miles, meandering through a changing landscape, lakes and market towns
  • Discover five of Norfolk's former workhouses with these brand new circular walks

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