Not a cycle route but a cycle friendly railway line operated by National Express East Anglia. The Line links Cromer and Sheringham with Norwich and the Norfolk Broads. It has a special map showing linear and circular cycle routes from its stations, using country lanes. OS Map Landranger 133 North East Norfolk, Cormer & Wroxham/Landranger 134 Norwith and the Broads.
Mostly easy. Distances vary from 6 miles to 30 miles and more, as some routes can be linked together. On-road routes, wheelchairs can be carried on the trains.
"Cycling around the Bittern Track" leaflet available when booking rail tickets at norwich or can be ordered from www.bitternline.com.
Links: North Walsham, Gunton and Cromer stations link with the Quiet Lanes. Other links are with the Norfolk Coast Cycleway at Gunton and Cromer, the Bure Valley Railway and Path and the Norfolk Broads at Hoveton & Wroxham, the Paston Way at North Walsham and the Marriots Way and National Cycle Network 1 at Norwich.
By Road: Car parks available in all towns and serve some stations along the Bittern Line. Nearest railway stations: Bittern Line Norwich, Salhouse, Hoveton & Wroxham, Worsted, North Walsham, Gunton, Cromer, West Runton, Sheringham.