Stiffkey

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This walk goes beside the marshes. The creeks are tidal and many birds feed here, such as dunlin and other wading birds. Flocks of duck and geese can be seen circling to land on the grassy area of the marsh. In summer, wildflowers such as sea lavender can be seen, attracting the butterflies. There are wide views across the marsh to the coastline of Blakeney Point. At Morston, boats can be hired for trips to see the seals. The route continues along field edges and tracks to Cockthorpe, then downhill into Stiffkey with its pretty flinted cottages.

England - East England - Norfolk - Coast

Features

Birds, Flowers, Great Views, National Trust, Pub, Toilets, Wildlife
19/09/2014 - elizabeth cooke

Lovely walk fabulous scenery. Agree with poster below about pub in Morston(excellent,dog friendly) and footpath at 5 still only reinstated by walkers.we too measured this walk at 8 miles! Very dog friendly walk completed 18/9/2014

19/09/2014 - elizabeth cooke

Lovely walk fabulous scenery.agree with poster below about pub in Morston(excellent,dog friendly) and footpath at 5 still only reinstated by walkers.We too measured this walk at 8 miles! Very dog friendly walk

21/02/2011 - John Punter

Completed walk 20/Feb/2011 which took 3 hours 30 minutes and measured 8 miles. Just a very short walk off the route at Morston is an excellent pub, The Anchor, a pleasant distraction. Comments at (5) still apply, footpath only reinstated by walkers crossing ploughed field.

22/12/2007 - Roy Davenport

Cold winters day - Bleak Norfolk marshes - but still enjoyable. All ok 17/12/07 Roy Davenport

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