Drumroll please. Time to finally hit the final section of The Norfolk Coastal Path. Picking up from where I finished the Norfolk Coastal Marathon 3 ½ years ago, in fact so long ago they’ve extended the path in that time – That’ll teach me. During that post-Christmas time of year when you start to question if you are now actually made of 90% cheese, those … Continue reading Walking The Norfolk Coastal Path. Sea-Palling to Hopton on Sea
A Perfect late summer day and the opportunity to get back out on the Norfolk coast. The plan to cover the 16 miles from Wells-next-the-Sea to Weybourne which will join up the sections of the path I’ve already covered. I struggle with the start of any walk, it’s definitely type 2 fun. Why exacty am I attempting to walk 16 miles in order to mentally tick … Continue reading The Norfolk Coast Path Wells to Weybourne
Our local coastal area is the Norfolk coast. We’re regular visitors enjoying the coastal views, playing on the beach and scouring for natural treasures in the rock pools. Not just in the Summer either, I love a wild, windy day at the beach. The Norfolk coast is also one of the best places to spot seals in the UK. Home to both Common and Grey … Continue reading Seal spotting at Horsey
The Norfolk Coastal Path is a national trail covering a large section of the Norfolk coast, running from Hunstanton in west Norfolk to Hopton-on -sea in the East. The majority of this walking trail runs through the dramatic landscape of the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and covers an impressive 84 Miles. As a regular visitor to the area I’ve walked various short … Continue reading Walking The Norfolk Coastal Path, Hunstanton to Wells.
After our productive first day (the GPSr tracked us 30 miles.) we stayed the night at the Ostrich Inn in Castle Acre. Fed, watered and rested we awake somewhat broken. As we hobble around our room, quite unsure how we can even walk to the bathroom, let alone the final 16 miles. We continually reassure ourselves we will just do what we can. Each step … Continue reading Walking Peddars Way – Day Two