Norfolk Coastal Path
The Norfolk Coast Path is a long-distance footpath that runs for just over 62 miles miles all the way from Hunstanton to Sea Palling, and takes in some of the most stunning areas along the county’s famous coastline – including the north Norfolk coast’s Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. From the iconic cliffs at Hunstanton, this fabulous route includes everything from seaside towns and villages to tidal marshes teeming with wildlife and wide sandy beaches.
It also includes proof that Norfolk isn’t quite as flat as most people think as it crosses over the 207ft ‘Beeston Bump’ – which offers incredible views of nearby Sheringham.
Officially opened in 1986, the Norfolk Coast Path links with the equally famous Peddars Way at Holme-next-the-Sea, forming one of only 15 national trails in England and Wales – and is as popular with locals as it is with tourists.