Hiking the Norfolk Coast Path
Walking the Norfolk Coast Path you head eastwards from the Victorian resort of Hunstanton, through an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) via Cromer, a bustling port built around Norfolk’s crab fishing industry and finishing at Hopton-on-Sea.
Norfolk's coastline is famous for its remoteness and rugged beauty, the area is also well known for its grass-topped dunes, long sandy beaches, clay cliffs and reed beds which provide the thatch for the picturesque cottages seen in many parts of England.
Norfolk's unspoilt villages, beautiful churches and abbeys, and the traditional windmills typical to this part of England, add cultural and historical interest of this delightful National Trail. Take the combined trip, or pick the particular route that suits you best.
Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path
Distance: 132 miles (212km)
Start/Finish: Knettishall Heath Country Park/ Hopton-on-Sea
Peddars Way (only)
Distance: 47 miles (75km)
Start/Finish: Knettishall Heath/Hunstanton
Norfolk Coast Path (only)
Distance: 84 miles (135km)
Start/Finish: Hunstanton/ Hopton-on-Sea
Our team would be delighted to talk to you about an itinerary for a walking holiday on the Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path.
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