Coastal Treasures

Don’t you just love finding new walks to explore? The excitement of what you’ll see, hear, smell, find, feel…..not to mention the health benefits of just being at one with nature.

This new book of walks and cycle routes created by The Norfolk Trails team and Norfolk Museum’s has been developed to take you to places you might never have known existed in the West Norfolk area, informing you about the interesting and historic facts along the way plus lots of other useful information:

In July 2017, Norfolk County Council was awarded funding from the Government’s Coastal Communities Fund for the Coastal Treasures project.

Coastal Treasures promotes sustainable tourism and new ways of accessing the wealth of heritage features in the coastal area between King’s Lynn and Burnham Overy, and beyond into inland north-west Norfolk.

You’ll find maps for twelve walking routes and three cycling routes There are also downloadable .gpx files for users with gps devices.

Each of these routes is designed to help you explore the wealth of cultural heritage, history and natural beauty that exists across north-west Norfolk. The downloadable route maps include extra content and stories from north-west Norfolk’s history.

We hope that whether you explore by bike or on foot, whether you’re local or just visiting, your experience of north-west Norfolk is one that stays with you.

Here are the links to the walks and cycle routes:


Walk Routes:

Cycle Routes:


You can also find the book in most Tourist Information Centres (free!) or order a copy for just the cost of the postage from National Trails Website


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