Norfolk was the first county in Britain to introduce Quiet Lanes. They are country lanes where motorists are encourged to take particular care in the presence of cyclists, walkers and horseriders. These quiet country lanes occupy a triangle of North East Norfolk, from Cromer to Bacton along the coastal area, and inland to North Walsham. Covering some 36 miles they are not a continuous network, but link with many other lightly trafficked lanes for riders to create their own routes. The entry and exit points of each Quiet Lane are clearly signed.
OS Landranger 133 North East Norfolk, Cromer & Wroxham.
Easy to use. On-road routes.
Quiet Lanes leaflet available - http://www.norfolkcoastaonb.org.uk/pages/pspage.php?PageID=167
Links: Quiet Lanes link with the Paston Way, Bacton Woods, the Norfolk Coast Cycleway, and Bittern Line stations at North Walsham, Gunton and Cromer.