There may be restrictions in place on some of these walks. Please make sure you check web pages for individual places before you travel, to see if you need to book ahead and to find out the latest information about visiting. Our walking trails can be popular, so remember to maintain social distancing on your walk.
This walk through Blakeney Village and around Blakeney Freshes is fantastic for spotting wildlife, especially birds. Keep an eye out for them on the grazing marshes and reed beds. There are also excellent views to enjoy along the way as you stroll around Blakeney and Cley harbour. Easy, 3 miles. This walk is wheelchair accessible.
Starting from the National Trust car park at Morston Quay, this 5.5 mile (8km) walk weaves its way away from the coast along the Norfolk Coast Path National Trail, through woodland adjacent to a babbling river to the village of Cockthorpe.
Norfolk isn’t a county known for its hills, but on this 16-mile walk (with stunning views), you’ll tackle a combined 1,140 feet - the size of a small mountain- if you add together all the gradients along the way!
Why not walk in the footsteps of the landscape artist John Constable at Flatford, or discover the beauty of Suffolk's coast and heaths at Dunwich Heath or Sutton Hoo? There's river estuaries to explore at Kyson Hill and Pin Mill or enjoy a stroll around the picturesque wool towns of Lavenham and Long Melford.
Enjoy a walk through the relatively flat landscape of Cambridgeshire, where the big skies give a feeling of wide open space. Whether you're looking to escape the city of Cambridge or want to explore the countryside surrounding Ely, come and discover the beauty of the Cambridgeshire fens and the wildlife that call them home.
If you're after a short stroll or a long ramble, here are some walks you might like to try in Essex, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire. Whether you enjoy woodland walks, historic village trails or wide open spaces where you can enjoy the view, we'd recommend pulling on those walking boots and trying this series of walks that bring new interest with the changing seasons.
You don't have to walk for miles to feel the benefit. A short stroll in the fresh air will leave you feeling refreshed and relaxed. So if you're looking for a peaceful meander or gentle stroll that's not too far from a tea-room, here are some short walks to enjoy, all less than 2 miles.
Wanting to stretch your legs further than a gentle stroll, but not looking for a lengthy ramble? Enjoy walking through woodland, open countryside and along the coast, with our list of moderate walks up to 4 miles.