Activities for all at Blickling Estate

Blickling is a great place for those wanting to get active and explore the great outdoors in Norfolk. From walking and cycling to running and fishing, there's lots to entertain every age and interest.

A family cycling together

Explore a little further... 

Why not try out our new all-weather, multi-use trail over the holidays. The route offers a 4-mile (6.5km) safe off-road path through Blickling’s beautiful historic park and farm land. It's tailored for families to explore, but it's also perfect for cyclists, walkers, runners and adapted wheelchair users to enjoy. As it starts and finishes at the Muddy Boots cafe, there's lots of opportunity to reward yourself with a well earned treat.

Exploring further afield by bike

If you fancy more of a challenge, why not try the 14 mile cycle along Sustrans Regional Route 33 from Aylsham to Felbrigg Hall?  

There are bike parks available, as well as bike locks, pumps and repair kits.  You can also refill your water bottles at any of the three cafes.

Our top three walks

Weavers' Way

This 7.5 mile route will give you the chance to explore the Blickling estate as well as the nearby villages of Erpingham and Calthorpe.  Points of interest along the way include the hall itself, the stone pyramid mausoleum, Blickling Mill and the Church of Our Lady and St. Maragret, Calthorpe.
Download the Weavers' Way walk (PDF / 0.7MB) download
 

Aylsham & District Health & Wellbeing Walks

Blickling Estate is often the venue for free health walks, part of the Walking for Health initiative.  The walks start at 10:30am and vary between 2-4 miles. Please check their website for further details or call 01603 897193.  Walking is a great way to find out more about the area you live in, meet new people and keep fit. There is a level to suit everyone, from beginners to more experienced walkers.

Find out more about free health walks

 
Girl sitting with her dog on a bench

Four legged friends 

There are wonderful places all over the Blickling Estate to explore with your dog. Head to Visitor Reception to find out the best walks for you and your pooch. For guidance on walking in the park, take a look at our walking leaflet.