Weavers Way - Great Yarmouth to Cromer is a very long distance trail. Make sure that you have maps, compasses, clothing for all weathers and follow any and all signposts and instructions. Be aware and be safe.
Follow the Weavers' Way through the beautiful Norfolk Broads from Cromer to Great Yarmouth via North Walsham. The route meanders through the countryside passing Aylsham, North Walsham, Hickling and Acle before finishing at the popular coastal resort of Great Yarmouth. Highlights on the walk include:Felbrigg Hall Park - This National Trust owned country house boasts a landscape park with a lake and 520 acres of woods.
Blickling Hall - this National Trust owned estate is a treasure trove of romantic buildings, beautiful gardens and landscaped park.
Hickling Broad - This National Nature Reserve is situated in the upper stretches of the River Thurne, and is the largest expanse of open water in the Broads.
Rivers Thurne and Bure - Enjoy a long waterside stretch along these two rivers just after passing Hickling Broad
Breydon Water - The final section runs along the River Yare and the delightful Breydon Water into Great Yarmouth. It is a nature reserve run by the RSPB and includes the fine Roman fort at Burgh Castle.
The walk is waymarked with a green and white disc..so make sure you always follow the signs marked 'Weavers Way'.
Weavers Way is made of public footpaths, disused railway line and some minor roads in passing through very varied scenery, from the mixed farmland and woodland of the north to the extensive, traditional grazing marshes of the Broadland river valleys.
Notable landmarks to be seen along the Way include a number of fine flint churches, several large country houses, and a large number of wind-pumps.
Parts of the Paston Way (18 miles and included on OS mapping) which visits 16 churches and villages over a meandering and convoluted route in north-east Norfolk can be used in linking Cromer with North Walsham.