North Norfolk Walking Festival 2022

29th August – 4th September

North Norfolk Walking Festival is a coming together of walkers and Nordic walkers to celebrate the love of walking the speculate North Norfolk region.

Walk Information

Walks are listed in date order with information of duration, meeting point and walk description. Please note all times and distances are approximations and whilst every effort is made to ensure they are as accurate as possible, there can be variations on the day.

Please select your walks with car. Pay special attention to the pace and fitness rating. The festival is a great way to test your fitness levels. See if you can walk a little further than usual.

Please arrive 10 minutes before the start time of your walk to ensure we leave on time.

For enquires please contact Anita on 07867791034.

Booking a walk

Please book by email or text 07867791034.

It is essential to book in advance as each walk has a maximum group size. All walks must be paid in advance.

Refunds will not be given if cancelled 24hrs before class or in exceptional circumstances.

Bookings for each walk will close at 17.00 the day before the walk.

Once booked you will be sent a confirmation with full details of walk and payment details.


All walks are £7.50, except walk organised by WalkCromer on Friday 2nd September which is a donation to the British Heart Foundation and the Sunday Stretch on Sunday 4th September which is a donation of £10.00 for Ukraine.

Special price for the festival,10 walks £45.00 or 5 walks £30.00


If an event must be cancelled due to exceptional circumstances, we will endeavour to contact you beforehand. Please leave an email address and mobile phone number when you book.


Whilst we endeavour to make all our walks as safe as possible, any walk attended is done so at your own risk. Due care has been exercised in organising the Walking Festival, however North Norfolk Outdoor Fitness and partners accept no liability for loss, accident or injury caused to any person following the routes. You are advised to check your own personal accident cover before taking part.

You should choose your walks within your capabilities: the walk leaders are experienced but must take your word that you are sufficiently fit for the grade of walk you have chosen.

Walks Program (L = Level of Fitness, 1 easy, 2 moderate , 3 Hard)





Walk Description

Mon 29th


Pretty Corner woods car park, Pretty Corner Lane, Sheringham


Monday Mindful walk

A gentle stroll through Pretty corner woods.

Mon 29th


Layby opposite Priory Maze Gardens Cromer Road Sheringham


The Norfolk Three Peaks

Walk from Sheringham toward West Runton and return taking in the Three Peaks of Norfolk

Tue 30th


Donation to British Heart Foundation

Roman camp National Trust car park, Sandy Lane West Runton


Countryside Walk

A walk to Aylmerton and around the lake to the Church. Then drinks at Felbrigg then return to Roman camp

Tue 30th

18.00- 19.30

Overstrand car park, Pauls Lane Drinks at Lynns, Overstrand


Sunset Nordic

A walk to Cromer over the cliff and return via old railway line.

Wed 31st


Salthouse Heath Car Park, Bard Hill



Gentle walk

An hour Nordic class working on mindful movement and daily exercises

Wed 31st

14.00- 15.30

Hunworth Village Hall, King Street, Hunworth


Dog walk, Bring your dog for a walk along the countryside of Hunworth Holt

All dogs on lead

Thu 1st

8.45- 10.15




Alby Crafts Centre, Cromer Road, Alby


A walk through the beautiful country side taking in Weaver’s way and return to Alby for coffee and cake.

Fri 2nd

9.00- 10.30

Cliff Road NNDC car park or park on road near cliff road Sheringham


‘WalkCromer’ walk

A walk organised by the WalkCromer from Sheringham to surrounding area.

Fri 2nd


Morston Quay,National Trust car park, Morston


Morston meander

A walk towards Stifkey along the Coastal path and return.

Sat 3rd

9.00- 10.30


Sheringham Park car park free as joining in Park Run


Cardio Saturday challenge.

Sat 3rd


Location to be arranged

Pop up picnic, bring food to share.

A celebration of companionship

Sun 4th

Sunday Stretch

9.00- 14.00

Donation for Ukraine £10

Park on roads in Sunway Park and meet on the green in front of Sunway Park, near Butts Lane Sheringham


A walk through Sheringham park, then to Kelling Holiday Park, down to Muckleburgh Hill and return.

Outdoor fitness for a healthier you

75 Mile Challenge Walks

cromer sponsored walk

Would you like to help raise funds for the British Heart Foundation?

A new BHF fundraising group has just started up in Cromer, aiming to help win the “fight for every heartbeat”.

This is the Cromer group’s first challenge … and it’s refreshing, interesting and healthy!

cromer sponsored walk 75 miles of walks over 4 weeks is Val Smith’s bright idea – to help celebrate her 75th birthday, and to raise funds for her favourite good cause. She has been inspired by Kieran Sandwell who is walking the coast of Britain to raise funds for the BHF.  Kieran, grateful for a lifesaving heart transplant and now able to give something back, came through Cromer in February and Val accompanied him on part of his walk.

Our 75 Mile Challenge Walks range from 2 miles to 8.5 miles across countryside, along rivercromer sponsored walkbanks, through woodlands, over hills, along clifftops and beaches. There will be interesting churches to visit, perhaps a nice cafe for a rest stop, and always the glorious Norfolk views to enjoy!

These are comfortable walks and start points are accessible by car or bus. They are taking place on Wednesdays and Fridays during the day and Sunday’s in the afternoon starting on July 12th. The last walk is on Friday August 11th from Salthouse church, finishing at an exhibition of paintings and films.

Hilary Cox, Chairman of Cromer Walkers are Welcome, is joining Val on all these walks along with other members of the group. “Walking is an excellent form of exercise whether it is to get fit or stay fit, it revitalises your energy levels and although sturdy shoes are required it is not an expensive pastime. We are surrounded by wide open skies, diverse countryside and extensive well maintained footpaths.

bhf Sponsorship formCome and join us and share the fun;  


Download Sponsorship Form Here
Download Walks Schedule here

Pick up a list & sponsorship form locally from:

  • Rays News @ 1 Chapel St, Merchants Place,
  • Icarus Hines,
  • Brownes Cafe in Bond St, or
  • Henry’s Coffee Shop in Cromer, and
  • The BHF Charity Shop in Sheringham.


Donate online via’s 75 mile challenge


download/print schedule

  • Wed. July 12 Mundesley circular 6 miles via Trunch & Giminghamcromer beach walk
    8.30am start @ Mundesley TIC car park TG311365 (Sanders Bus 5)
  • Fri. July 14
    • 1. Trunch circular 3.5 miles via farmland & woodland
      9am Start @ Trunch Crown Inn TG287348 (Sanders bus 5)
    • 2. Southrepps circular 3.5 miles via common & quiet lanes
      11.30am start @ Antingham St. Car park by social club TG260351 (bus 33, train to Gunton)
  • Sun. July 16
    • 1. Trimingham circular 2 miles via quiet Lanes, paths & tracks
      4pm start @ church TG279387 (bus 5 & 35B)
    • 2. Trimingham – Overstrand linear 2.5 miles via Coast Path
      5pm start @ church TG279387 (bus 5 & 35B) optional return O’strand – Cromer 2miles
  • Wed. July 19 Overstrand-Southrepps circular 8.5 miles via Northrepps & Southrepps,
    8am start @ Car Park TG248410
  • Fri. July 21 Cromer – Felbrigg circular 6 miles via parkland & farmland
    8am start @ Cromer TIC TG217420
  • Sun. July 23 Cromer -Happy Valley – Overstrand linear 4.5 miles via old rail route
    4pm start @ North Lodge Park optional return O’strand – Cromer 2 miles
  • salthouseWed. July 26 Cromer- Sheringham linear 6 miles via Coast Path & Roman Camp
    9am Start @ Cromer Pier (bus x44 & Coasthopper)
  • Fri. July 28 Sheringham Park circular 5 miles via parkland, woodland & coast
    9.30am start @ Sheringham Park visitor center (bus 5)
  • Sun. July 30 West Runton circular 3.5 miles via Coast Path & East Runton
    4pm start @ Water Lane car park TG185431 (bus 5, x44 & Coasthopper)
  • Wed. Aug 2 Sheringham circular 7.5 miles
    via Pretty Corner, Sher’m Park, coast path, Beeston Bump, Beeston Priory
    9.30am Start @ Priory Maze car park (bus 5, x44 & Coasthopper)
  • Sun. Aug 6 Weybourne circular 5 miles via Coast Path & Kelling Heath
    4pm start @ beach lane car park TG110436 (Bus Coasthopper)
  • Wed. Aug 9 Cley-next-Sea circular 8 miles via Glandford, Wiveton & Bayfield Estate
    8am start @ Cley village hall car park (bus Coasthopper)
  • Fri. Aug 11 Salthouse circular 3.5 miles via lanes, heath and tracks
    10am start @ Salthouse church hall car park (bus Coasthopper)


Mileages are approximate and may vary due to conditions on the day.
Walks may change if circumstances beyond our control occur.
Anyone joining a walk does so entirely at their own risk. Challenge Supported by