There are various country parks and protected woodland nature walks to explore such as Shouldham Warren and Dersingham Bog, where you will also find Wolferton Cliffs.
Norfolk Wildlife Trust also provides details of walks in nature reserves such as Roydon Common, East Winch Common, Grimston Warren, Ringstead Downs, Narborough Railway Line, Holme Dunes NNR, as well as privately-managed walks such as the Sandringham Woodland Walks.
There are also several circular walks in West Norfolk, about 4-6 miles long, which are often clearly waymarked and well-maintained. These short walks include locations such as Terrington St. Clements, Clenchwarton, Wimbotsham, Castle Acre, Harpley, Ringstead, Brancaster, and the Burnhams. More information about these walks (and accessibility information) can be found on the Norfolk Trails website.
Leaflets are available on walks and other items including, Maps and Guide Books. Alternatively contact the Tourist Information Centres.
Why not try a Treasure Trail in King’s Lynn, Hunstanton or Castle Acre. The trails by Norfolk Treasure Trails can be downloaded from the internet, and are a great family activity that won’t break the bank.
Trails usually take approximately 2 hours and come in murder mystery, treasure hunt and spy themes. Follow the clues to solve the mystery.
Please remember to follow the Countryside Code when walking in the countryside.