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Barnham Broom

Norfolk, England
Barnham Broom Walks

Walks around Barnham Broom

Whilst Norfolk can never be regarded as a prime walking area to rival the Lake District or the Yorkshire Dales, there are good countryside rambles to be found, using a generally well-maintained network of footpaths in association with quiet minor roads. This applies to the area around Barnham Broom and at least equally strongly to some of those parts of Norfolk likely to be visited by bondholders and others staying at the property.

This pack of fifteen walks is based on our usual practice of including routes which can reasonably be walked direct from the property, combined with others, more distant, which are situated in areas of visitor interest, a walk being a likely part of a day excursion. For this reason, coupled with the comparative lack of diversity in the landscape, none of the walks is likely to occupy more than a half day.

Two routes (nos 1 and 2) start and finish at HPB, Barnham Broom, others are at nearby towns and villages such as Wymondham, Mattishall, Ringland and Hingham. The Norfolk Broads National Park, with its unique landscape and riverside footpaths, is readily accessible, whilst along the north coast, Wells next the Sea, Blakeney and Cley next the Sea are just some of the attractive places which make the journey worthwhile. Appropriate walks are recommended.

As there are virtually no hills, the actual walking is generally easy, a few stiles and some mud being the only likely difficulties. Norfolk County Council appears to make considerable efforts to promote walking as a leisure activity, both with the provision of website information and with practical measures such as way marking of footpaths. As always, the choice of footwear is important. Whilst most of the walks in the pack can be achieved in good trainers or walking shoes, only walking boots are likely to guarantee comfort and dry feet in all weather conditions.

Whilst the route directions and sketch plans should be entirely adequate of avoid losing the way, the possession of Ordnance Survey maps, particularly the 1:25,000 Explorer series, undoubtedly adds to the understanding of the landscape.

The preamble of each walk gives a brief introduction to the area, the distance, ascent, refreshment opportunities and appropriate map.

13 walks near Barnham Broom

Colton

ColtonDOWNLOAD WALK PACKREAD MORE ABOUT THIS WALK
7.8km/4.9mi
Total distance

Barnham Broom and Runhall

Barnham Broom and RunhallDOWNLOAD WALK PACKREAD MORE ABOUT THIS WALK
10.4km/6.5mi
Total distance

Mattishall

MattishallDOWNLOAD WALK PACKREAD MORE ABOUT THIS WALK
8.2km/5.1mi
Total distance

Ringland

RinglandDOWNLOAD WALK PACKREAD MORE ABOUT THIS WALK
4.1km/2.6mi
Total distance

Hingham

HinghamDOWNLOAD WALK PACKREAD MORE ABOUT THIS WALK
4.5km/2.8mi
Total distance

Venta Icenorum

Venta IcenorumDOWNLOAD WALK PACKREAD MORE ABOUT THIS WALK
5.9km/3.7mi
Total distance

Old Buckenham

Old BuckenhamDOWNLOAD WALK PACKREAD MORE ABOUT THIS WALK
6km/3.8mi
Total distance

Pingo Trail

Pingo TrailDOWNLOAD WALK PACKREAD MORE ABOUT THIS WALK
10km/6.2mi
Total distance

Stokesby

StokesbyDOWNLOAD WALK PACKREAD MORE ABOUT THIS WALK
6.4km/4mi
Total distance

Ludham

LudhamDOWNLOAD WALK PACKREAD MORE ABOUT THIS WALK
9.5km/6mi
Total distance

Reepham

ReephamDOWNLOAD WALK PACKREAD MORE ABOUT THIS WALK
10.6km/6.6mi
Total distance

Wells-next-the-Sea

Wells-next-the-SeaDOWNLOAD WALK PACKREAD MORE ABOUT THIS WALK
8.9km/5.5mi
Total distance

Blakeney & Cley-next-the-Sea

Blakeney & Cley-next-the-SeaDOWNLOAD WALK PACKREAD MORE ABOUT THIS WALK
8.3km/5.2mi
Total distance

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