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This is a lovely walk along the Norfolk coastline, the route continuing through bluebell woodland and heathland, where there are fine views of the coast. It goes through the village of Weybourne, passing the North Norfolk Steam Railway Station.

England - East England - Norfolk - Coast


Birds, Butterflies, Church, Flowers, Food Shop, Great Views, National Trust, Pub, Sea, Toilets, Wildlife
5/9/2022 - Merrick Smith

Nice walk. Fairly easy to follow just be careful not to turn off right before way mark 2. There is red arrow, but it is not a road as you may expect from the map, but a well trodden path. If it is the correct path you should be able to see a barn with a metal roof and the oak wood beyond that.

4/1/2017 - alison scott

Several errors leading to confusion on this walk. Way Mark 2. It should state that the turn to the right is the 2nd red Arrow marking the path- showing the turn to the right. This is NOT the red arrow at the NT post as stated as this leads you up the wrong field and gets you lost! Also it would be helpful to state that the track goes over the railway line by a foot bridge as this would clear any uncertainty about crossing the line Way Mark 3 It would be nice to mention the Gazebo on the left as a place of interest and fine views after climbing to the top- nice for a lunch break! Way Mark 4 The finger post is signed Weybourne Station 1mile- (not Weybourne)

11/29/2012 - chris winfield

My wife and I did this walk at the end of October and since we were staying at Kelling Heath we walked from there and started at WM5.On a misty autumnal day the views were somewhat restricted but this did not detract from our enjoyment. A variety of scenery from beach to woodland and Weybourne Station is a really interesting place to nose around plus a close up of the steam engine as well!

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