Cromer Walkers are Welcome aims to improve the walking experience for our visitors. This is the ideal place to leave the car behind & set off on foot. We have excellent public transport links, a great range of places to stay, eat & drink, a historic pier with fabulous views, and wonderful fresh Cromer crabs too. We are part of the nationwide network of more than 100 Walkers are Welcome towns and villages.
Some of the group are planning a 75 mile challenge series of walks, aiming to raise funds for the British Heart Foundation. The challenge starts on 12 July & finishes on 11 August. Walks vary from 2 to 8 miles, covering all aspects of this gorgeous area.
Joining and sponsoring details soon!
A sunday morning stroll following our Fishing Heritage Trail around town (leaflets from tourist information.)
Detoured down to see the new West Prom developments, these include a toilet & shower block, a cafe and a super children's play area with pirate ship and lovely wall murals.... a great asset for walkers approaching from Runton.
Busy beach activity and an amazingly calm sea today. Some sunburnt folk, but mostly sensible with sunshades & hats.
Walkers - take lots of water with you - it's truly Hot Hot Hot!
Leaving the coast behind for a fenland walk at the Ted Ellis Trust Wheatfen Broad, just south of Norwich. From Cromer, Sanders 44 bus to Norwich then Anglian bus 85 (Rockland St Mary) hop off at Surlingham. This almost secret place offers a delightful day out at any time of year. Water channels & pathways through the reeds, spring butterflies, cuckoos calling, dragonflies whizzing, orchids & flag iris in bloom, marsh harriers aloft. Plus a good picnic lunch!
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