Walking in Norfolk
From ancient woodlands to the wide skies of the Norfolk Broads, Norfolk is a breath of fresh air for walkers. Find out the best places to wander around the county.
Explore the Blickling Estate's parkland on this family-friendly walk, visiting points of interest including the Tower, Brickyard and Mausoleum.
With gentle slopes, woods, open fields, frequent seats and breathtaking views, this is a walk for the 'not so energetic'. Easy, 2 miles.
This historical scenic stroll through woods and open land at Blickling Park leads you to its striking Mausoleum. Look out for barn owls along the way.
Along this circular walking trail you'll pass historic buildings dating back to the 1700s, notable trees, a hidden lake and an imaginatively planted arrangement of beech trees.
Norfolk isn’t a county known for its hills, but on this 16-mile walk, you can tackle a combined 1140ft, the size of a small mountain, if you add together all the gradients along the way.
Take in coastal views and country vistas on this moderate walking trail through the landscaped parkland at Sheringham.
Enjoy a walk through the Norfolk countryside, taking in some of the protected farmland and heritage that surrounds the National Trust-managed Oxburgh Hall.
This walk follows Blakeney Point’s 4 mile-long (6.4km) shingle spit to the sand dunes, near the Lifeboat House.
This short, family-friendly circular walk takes in three different habitats and gives elevated views of Blakeney National Nature Reserve in Norfolk.
Take the circular woodland and coastal walk for views from the treetop gazebo and absorb the history and rich variety of trees, bird and animal life. With opportunities for refreshment along the route this is a walk with plenty of variety.
Discover great views of the sea and the surrounding countryside on this circular walk around West Runton and Beeston Regis Heath, Norfolk.
This family-friendly circular walk through Blakeney village and around Blakeney Freshes offers impressive coastal views and is ideal for spotting birds and wildlife.
Wander through Brancaster Staithe and enjoy the sights of the coast and its wildlife. There are views from Barrow Common and the chance to visit the site of Branodunum Roman Fort along the way.
Enjoy a circular walk through Burnham Overy Staithe near Brancaster, soaking up the beautiful sights of the North Norfolk coast and its wildlife as well as local history.
Follow the Horsey Broadland landscape and wander across low–lying grazing marshes, sand dunes and a sandy beach with grey seals.
Why not try the all-weather, multi-use trail at Blickling? The route offers a 4-mile, safe off-road path through Blickling’s beautiful historic park and farmland. It’s ideal for adapted wheelchair users to enjoy. If you’re visiting the garden, there are two wheelchairs and three single-seater powered mobility vehicles available to hire.
The Walled Garden at Felbrigg is a gardener's delight and inspiration. With all-weather paths on the main visitor routes, it’s easy to navigate your way around. There’s also manual wheelchairs and a single-seater mobility scooter available to borrow from visitor reception.
Although the terrain is undulating in parts at Sheringham Park, the main drive with its accessible hard gravel path takes you through the wild garden. There are also three wheelchairs and single-seater mobility vehicles available to hire, so you can explore as much as possible.