Norfolk Trails Coast Path

walking and cycling festival 2019

The Norfolk Walking and Cycling Festival runs throughout the whole month of October. This year, the focus will be on the Norfolk Coast Path and 'special journeys', including the rich tradition of pilgrimage in Norfolk.

WALKING IN NORTH NORFOLK

CYCLING IN NORTH NORFOLK

The annual Norfolk Walking and Cycling Festival returns 1 - 31 October 2019. This popular festival, now in its fifth year, will be holding more events than ever exploring the glorious coast and countryside. Norfolk is home to lots of trails and routes with its coastal walks, country, fen and forest walking and cycling, set within a beautiful landscape. And, October is a fantastic time to be outdoors with Autumnal scenery and the best overall climate in the UK. 

Why not take a break and enjoy a full itinerary of events? Keep an eye on the Norfolk Trails website for a list of events as they are added over the coming months.

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NORFOLK TRAILS WALKING AND CYCLING EVENTS

 

Cycling in North Norfolk

The festival this year, is hosted by Coastal Treasures, a Government Coastal Communities Funded project promoting sustainable tourism and new ways of accessing the wealth of heritage features in the coastal area between King’s Lynn and Burnham Overy, and beyond into inland West Norfolk.

FIND OUT MORE ABOUT COASTAL TREASURES

Walking in North Norfolk

The Norfolk Trails network is a collection of long distance linear routes across the county. Each trail is accompanied by circular walks and cycle routes that connect villages and places of interest. There is a total network of 1,400 miles of walking, cycling and bridle routes throughout Norfolk.

The Norfolk Coast Path National Trail runs for 63 miles through an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty from Hunstanton to Sea Palling. Norfolk is also home to The Peddars Way and also The Norfolk Coast Path National Trail which runs from Hunstanton to Hopton-on-Sea on the Suffolk border, totalling 84 miles (135 km).

NORFOLK TRAILS

Norfolk Coast Path