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North Norfolk

'Designated walks allow visitors to explore the 3,000-acres grounds and take a closer look at prominent landmarks, such as the monument to Coke of Norfolk and the obelisk ... The Park Walk ...
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'It is possible to explore most of the area by following footpaths from the main car parks. The core section of the reserve, from Wells to Holkham Bay, is crisscrossed by paths allowing access thro ...
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'Ten Explore More walks explore ... a wealth of hidden corners and picturesque villages linked by a network of footpaths and quiet country lanes for you to discover and find your own quiet ...
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'Ideal for day trips, short breaks and holidays at any time of the year, Overstrand offers coast and countryside walks aplenty and a range of accommodation choices and facilities that any rural vil ...
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'Here we've brought together a selection of countryside and town walks starting and finishing at a railway station on the Bittern Line. Most of the walks are circular, although some do go ...
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'First of all, select your favourite bit of the coast, or maybe a favourite pub or café you want to reach. To plan your trip you do need to know how fast you walk, and everyone will have a slightly ...
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'The 25 mile (41km) section from Sea Palling to Weybourne extends along a stretch of coast steeped in historical, geological and wildlife interest. It is known for its farming and fishing and today ...
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[1] High Mill and Horsefen Marshes - - - : [2] Wilgress Loke and How Hill - - - : [3] Walks from How Hill - - - : [4] St Benet's Abbey.


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'The Paston Way takes its name from the Paston family who during the Medieval and Tudor periods were the dominant and wealthy landowners in the area through which much of the trail passes. ...
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'This walk is not for the budding sculpture or art enthusiast. Such folk will be sorely disappointed. As a walk though, it is a worthy expedition with the natural ...
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'Edwardian visitors to Sheringham soon discovered that in addition to the sea on its doorstep, the town also has some beautiful countryside in its back yard. Using these suggested routes, today’s v ...
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'Imagine village life on the Norfolk Broads where a bike or a buggie is all you need to get around. Having a safe pleasant route for walking and cycling between popular villages on the Broads is no ...
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'Outstanding features include a number of flint churches, large country houses, wind-pumps, and historic railway infrastructure such as station buildings, bridges and crossing cottages ... It is na ...
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