Syderstone Common - Sculthorpe

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This walk is across the common well known for its wildlife and the habitat of the rare species of toad, the natterjack. There are always native birds to be seen on our country walks. We, the authors, do not mention them because they are so common in Norfolk. The route continues along tracks where pheasant, hares, partridge, tits, blackbirds, etc. can be seen.

For points of interest and historic notes see in, 'additional information' on the walk guide.

England - East England - Norfolk - Countryside

Features

Birds, Butterflies, Church, Flowers, Food Shop, Great Views, Pub, Toilets, Wildlife
07/08/2020 - Sarah Green

Combine harvesters, blue skies and Norfolk villages with a ramble through the Common to finish. Lovely walk in a quiet part of Norfolk on a hot sunny day. Waypoint 4 and 5 bit unsure but kept going after the wood and across the next track. Tumuli were clearly visible too. Lovely!

22/05/2020 - Paul Oakes

A terrific short walk in the heart of North Norfolk Countryside, the latter stages through Syderstone Common were especially rewarding. There appears to be a new(ish) track between walking points four and five, you need to cross the track and continue through the wood ensuring you do not turn right too early.

04/04/2008 - Roy Davenport

All ok no problems encountered 31/3/08 RD

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