Walking Routes In Norfolk

If you’re looking for a walking adventure, we have some stunning walking routes on our doorstep. Look no further than North Norfolk. With trails that take you through picturesque villages and along the stunning coastline, North Norfolk is the perfect destination for cyclists of all abilities. So, pack your hiking boots and get ready to explore some of the best routes in the country.

Our bed and breakfast rooms help create the perfect base from which to enjoy walking trails in Norfolk. We’ll provide a hearty breakfast before you explore the wonderful Norfolk countryside. You can view our accommodation here.

Our Location

Dairy Barns, Lound Farm, Hickling Lane, Hickling, Norfolk, NR12 OBE

At Dairy Barns, we provide;

  • A hearty breakfast
  • Packed Lunches (pre-order)
  • Inside info on the best walking routes in Norfolk

Several stunning walking routes throughout Norfolk and North Norfolk will take you across the countryside, exploring woods, parks and moors. You will walk as a group using the local footpath network, quiet country lanes, woods and river valleys surrounding Norfolk. The walk follows the same route of the Weavers Way for part of the journey, arriving at Cley by following the same path.

This short hike in Horsey starts and ends in Nelson Head Pub and then takes you along the Norfolk coastline. This excellent five-mile stroll follows the coastline, then heads into the hinterland towards Horsey village and the twin steam trains. Enjoy a moderate, circular walk around Horsey village, within Norfolk Broads National Park, discovering bogs, untamed coastlines, and grey seals.

Heading into the hinterland for a hike through the National Parks Broads, sails from wind turbines on the banks fill the Norfolk skies. A gorgeous eleven-mile stroll down the Norfolk Coast, starting and ending in the seaside resort of Cromer — take in yellow shoals of cockles, see a tractor pulling fishing boats out of the sea, and dine on delicious dressed crabs. Walk along a cliff-top coastal route from Overstrand to Cromer, and, if you time it well with the tide, hike along the seaside again. The best-known Norfolk long-distance hike is the Coast Path, running from Hopton-on-Sea to Hunstanton.

Covering 61 miles (98km) from Cromer to Great Yarmouth, Weavers Way is, without doubt, one of the best walks in Norfolk and is also one of the best things to do in Cromer. The Peddars Way is one of our Norfolk walking holidays and is a 46-mile route starting just outside of Thetford in Knettishall Heath and ending at Holme-next-the-Sea. For more detailed information about this Norfolk walking holiday route, what you can expect to see, and how to make the hike work for you, check out the Peddars Way page. I would recommend you look at the options below and see what type of walking holidays you want, be it the Norfolk Coast Path walking holidays, the historical Peddars Way Trail walking holidays, or maybe even the Norfolk Broads walking holidays, or some of our shorter breaks walks.

To make the most of the whole day on Weavers Path, take a picnic lunch to enjoy at one of the benches after reaching Norfolk’s highest point.

Ranworth & The Broads

This day out involves visits to Salhouse, Ranworth and South Walsham.