Hiking & Walking

Hiking & Walking

Hiking, Rambling, Bird Watching and Outdoor Country Pursuits are very popular in and around the Norfolk Broads. You will find hundreds of miles of roads and country lanes along which you can indulge your chosen recreational pursuit. The Norfolk Broads enjoys international renown for its bird, wildlife and unspoilt nature,  Hidden down these lanes are the little villages and hamlets, where the real 'Broadlander' folk live. Here you'll find plenty of pubs, in which to whet your whistle or satisfy your hunger. The Norfolk Broads coast offers one of the finest areas of natural beauty in the country. 

Seal Pups Galore
Walking the Upton Dyke Walk
Otters in the Broads
Barton Broad
Barton broad in the Norfolk Broads, is the largest broad in the Ant Valley and also it is the second largest in Norfolk.
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Barton Broad - Walk
Barton Broad - Walk
Walk along the Barton Broad Board Walk, leaving the car in the Car Park and enjoy a exhilarating broadland waterside stroll.
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Berney Marshes
Berney Marshes and Breydon Water are home to thousands of native and migrating birds that visit the estuary and surrounding grazing marshes.
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Buckenham Marshes
Buckenham marshes is an ideal place to watch for birds of prey, including barn owls, marsh harriers, kestrels and peregrine falcons. A great walking day out.
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Cockshoot Broad
Wildlife Hides available at Cockshoot Broad which is a secluded, tranquil broad, renowned for its water lily beds water quality
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Hickling Broad
Hickling Broad
Hickling Broad is situated in the upper stretches of the River Thurne, and is the largest expanse of open water in the beautiful Norfolk Broads
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Martham Broad
Martham Broad, this fabulous National Nature Reserve is one of the best sites in Broadland to see the swallowtail butterfly, as well as an array of birds
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Norwich Ghost Walks
Norwich Ghost Walks
Experience the highly acclaimed Ghost Walk tour on foot as you walk through the ancient and mystical streets of the City of Norwich in the heart of the Norfolk Broads
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Ormesby Broad
Ormesby Broad
Enjoy a wonderful walk and the scenery around this beautiful part of the Norfolk Broads, lots of fantastic wild and bird life on display all year round
Ranworth Broad
Ranworth Wildlife Centre is open every day from April through to September and in October it is open weekends and the half term week, 10am until 5pm.
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Rockland Marshes
Rockland Marshes
This small reserve provides views over Rockland Broad, the River Yare, reedbeds and open grazing marshes, via a wheelchair-friendly path
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Strumpshaw Fen Nature Reserve
Strumpshaw Fen
This reserve has the full range of broadland habitats & woodlands and orchid-rich meadows and you could chance upon marsh harriers, bitterns and kingfishers.
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Thorpe Marshes
A wonderful walk is awaiting you
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Upton Broad and Marshes
Upton Broad
An area of quiet beauty and wildness.
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Cycle or Walk - Weavers Way
Weavers Way
Weavers Way - Great Yarmouth to Cromer. This is a very long distance trail and the scenery is well worth the effort
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