Why Norfolk… A Coastal Walk




Length: 13.6 miles , Walking time: 6 hours 30 mins, Starting point: Near the pier, Cromer

An impressive walk along the Norfolk Coastal Path. Walking from Cromer to Cley-next-the-Sea, across cliff top paths with views across the sea and wanders through woodland. Your path takes you to the highest point in Norfolk and you can even pop in to visit the Muckleburgh Collection military museum. When you reach the beautiful village of Cley, there is a windmill and picturesque church. There is a bus service through the village that heads back to Cromer if you don’t fancy a 12 mile round trip. It’s a leisurely walk taking in some of the best of North Norfolk. 

Check out http://www.coasthopper.co.uk – bus service along the walk. 

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