Shouldham Warren - Walk 2

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This is an easy and enjoyable walk, mostly along tracks. The paths are in good order and the route is partly along the Nar Valley Way. There are no stiles on this walk. The route is through two villages with an interesting history to them both. Nowadays Marham is well-known for the RAF station there and if you are a plane spotter there are places where you could do this. The excellent pub, the King's Arms in Shouldham, is a popular one and open seven days a week for food. You may be lucky like us and see a buzzard flying overhead, as well as peewits and Egyptian geese by the river.

England - East England - Norfolk - Countryside

Features

Ancient Monument, Birds, Butterflies, Cafe, Flowers, Food Shop, Good for Kids, Great Views, Mostly Flat, Pub, River, Toilets, Wildlife, Woodland
20/11/2013 - Shirley Wild

An easy walk with a long quiet but rather bleak open road stretch at P7 -8 ( maybe avoid on a wet and windy day !) At the end (P10) rather than continue along the forest road we choose to walk back via Fairstead Drove reached by turning left at the white railings and playing field ( as in walk 2600 )taking us back to the car park via the forest. This adds approx. another mile to the walk.