75 miles of walks

In February 2017 we welcomed Kieran Sandwell, to Cromer, he was walking the coast of Britain to raise funds for the British Heart Foundation. Kieran, grateful for a lifesaving heart transplant and now able to give something back, was a true inspiration to us. So we decided to create a 75 Mile Challenge to celebrate Val’s 75th year and raise funds for the BHF. In August Val & Hilary completed the challenge, raising over £800.

These are some of our favourite local walks, ranging from 2 – 8.5 miles across countryside, along river banks, through woodlands, over hills, along clifftops and beaches…. they will show you many of the best views and walking experiences available in the area.

All are comfortable walks and start points are accessible by car or bus.

Mundesley, circular 6 miles

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A ramble across open rolling farmland between pretty villages with flint cottages and medieval churches

 Mundesley to Trimingham, linear 3 miles

 Mundesley to Trimingham linear 3 miles

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Second half of this walk

Trunch, circular 3.5 miles

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This walk takes in gentle rolling farmland around the village of Trunch, passing several historic farms along the way.

Southrepps, circular 3.5 miles

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This walk runs in a figure of eight, taking in the
pretty village, and passing through varied
landscapes including Southrepps Common.

Trimingham, circular 2 miles

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A short walk over fields, along tracks and down quiet lanes.

Trimingham to Overstrand, linear 2.5 miles

3b Trimingham to Overstrand linear 2.5 miles

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This varied walk  takes in a wide range of scenery as it ranges from coast to a little way inlandto  the
village of Trimingham.

Overstrand,  circular 8.5 miles

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A walk along lanes and footpaths exploring the area inland from Overstrand, taking in rolling farmland, woodland and quiet villages

Felbrigg, circular 6 miles

Felbrigg circular walk

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A diverse walk from Cromer through the
historic Felbrigg Estate and the wooded hills
of East Runton

Cromer Happy Valley – Overstrand, circular 4.5 miles

06 Cromer Happy Valley - Overstrand circular via lighthouse, old railway, return beach or clifftop 4.5 miles

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A short walk with stunning clifftop views and through serene woodland.

Sheringham to Cromer, linear 4 miles

07 Cromer to Sheringham linear (4 hills) Incleborough, Roman Camp, Stone Hill and Beeston Bump 6 miles

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This coastal walk leaves Sheringham to climb over Beeston Bump and follow the cliff path past West Runton before heading inland a short way. Continuing east at East Runton, it soon arrives at Cromer sea front where it ends at the pier.

Sheringham Park, circular 5 miles

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The red – Ramblers  – Route lead down a short, steep hill to a valley path through deep woodland, past the Sawmill and into Weybourne Heath.   The path eventually leads to the coastal cliffs and back through the parkland

West Runton, circular 3 miles

09 West Runton circular via beach and inland tracks 3 miles

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Enjoy a cliff top path and country lanes between the villages of East and West Runton

Sheringham, circular, 6 miles

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Sheringham Circular via Pretty Cormer, Sher’m Park & Coast Path includes Beeston Priory ruins 7 miles (starting Beeston Regis common)

Weybourne, circular 5 miles

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Crunch along the shingle beach before heading inland past marshes and across heathland for stunning views

Blakeney, circular  7.5 miles

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    varied walk with stunning views across grazing marshes and taking in the high ground of Wiveton Down Nature Reserve, via the beautiful coastal villages of Blakeney and Cley next the Sea.

Salthouse, circular 5 miles

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Enjoy a diverse walk from this pretty coastal village, crossing Salthouse Heath, with outstanding views, before returning between marshes that support wading birds, and the North Sea.