Published: 29/09/2022With autumn on its way, September's #ThursdaysTogether was all about Norfolk's best walks, to make the most of the British weather (before we are rained in!)
The first walk featured was the Sheringham Woodland and Coastal Walk.
A wonderfully varied walk through parkland, woods, and along the cliff edge with amazing views of the sea. There's also refreshments along the way meaning you can warm up your hands with a toasty hot chocolate as you stroll.
The second walk is Thornham to Hunstanton.
Four miles long, this walk follows the coastal path and will enable you to see an abundance of wildlife. Designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this walk is beautiful.
If you're looking for an alternative option to coastal walks, then the Roydon Common circular walk is stunning, nestled in rural heathland and countryside.
And bonus - there's a pub to end on!
Enjoy this beautiful walk and the views of expansive heathland before filling your belly with good grub at The Three Horseshoes.
The fourth walk is the Horsey Beach and village circular walk.
Famous for its seals, Horsey Beach is a much loved Norfolk spot. With a mixture of coastline and broadline, it is sure to be a great day out!
Finally, we recommend the Snettisham circular walk.
Best during early autumn, spend the day crossing green grazing fields, the coastal path and woodland.