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This is a very enjoyable walk with good views on most of it across the marshes and coastline. The route uses part of the North Norfolk Coastal Path. There are no stiles and the paths are in good order and well-signed. The Anchor Inn, Morston, serves excellent food using local produce and locally caught fish. Also from the inn you can buy tickets for the seal boat which takes you out to Blakeney Point, a nature reserve where the seals bask on the sandbanks. The walk takes you through the villages of Cockthorpe, Morston and Stiffkey, which are full of interest and pretty cottages.

England - East England - Norfolk - Coast


Birds, Butterflies, Church, Flowers, Food Shop, Good for Kids, Great Views, Mostly Flat, Pub, Restaurant, River, Toilets, Wildlife
9/30/2023 - Sarah Green

Easy to follow route with glorious views of the coast and a lovely walk on the marshes coastal path. There is however quite a bit of lane walking on the last leg which could be a little awkward in high summer as Stiffkey is on a main road with nowhere to get out of the way from traffic.

1/21/2021 - Paul Oakes

A lovely long walk that would probably be suited to the warmer and drier months rather than a windy and freezing cold day in January. The early part of the path as you turn away from Morston Quay (Point 9) was extremely muddy and in places required some navigation away from the path and on to higher parts of the marsh. Nothing risky but thought I'd mention it. It was however a nice break away from the house and the longer walk was very rewarding. The only navigation point that may need reviewing is 6. You need to turn left to Morston Quay if you have ignored point 5.

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