Shouldham Warren - Wormegay

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The route is mainly along woodland tracks which are part of the longer distance path Nar Valley Way. There are short stretches of road as the walk goes through the pretty villages of Wormegay and Shouldham Warren, where the Kings Arms is situated and where a friendly welcome and good food awaits the traveller. There are no stiles on this walk.

England - East England - Norfolk - Woodland or Forest


Ancient Monument, Birds, Butterflies, Flowers, Food Shop, Great Views, Mostly Flat, Pub, Toilets, Wildlife, Woodland
1/28/2024 - Sarah Green

Lovely walk with plenty to see and well managed forest. We found the instructions straight forward, but needed to check the GPS a couple of times! Point 5 is a clear path up to point 6. At point 7 the pigs are no longer there but the sign and path are clear and at point 11 it's just follow the path straight ahead until you reach point 12. Winter colours were wonderful! Thank you.

11/9/2013 - Shirley Wild

We completed this walk November 2013 and found all the paths in good order. Slight confusion around points 5 and 6 as there has been some tree felling since the walk was written also the path mentioned is now reinstated. A picturesque, relaxing walk going through forestry and 2 pretty villages.