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Norfolk Coast Path : Hunstanton to Cromer walk

A quiet coastal path with wide beaches, sand dunes, salt and freshwater marshes, nature reserves, barrier islands, and lots of birds.

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SWC Free Walk 70, Part 2, Brancaster to Wells-Next-The-Sea. 6/2/12.

A further 12.7 miles of delightful Coast Path walking! Though a joy at any time of time of the year, putting some snow into the mix just adds a little extra something... Initially starting at Wells YHA, the walker is soon on the trusty Norfolk Coast Hopper bus to Brancaster. From there, it's classic Norfolk marshland and sea wall walking right through to Burnham Overy Staithe for lunch. Thereafter, the walker passes more marshland before arriving at the vast expanse of Holkham Beach, popular with bathers and naturists in season. Continuing on, and for variety, this walker chose to walk amongst the pines to the back of this beach before reaching Holkham Gap and the tranquil lane back into Wells. (Some of the birds seen today include Fieldfare, Pink-Footed Goose, Lapwings, Little Egret, Brent Goose and Marsh Harrier).


SWC Free Walk 70, Part 3, Wells-Next-The-Sea to Cley-Next-The-Sea. 7/2/12.

Another bracing 10 miles in the snow and fantastic scenery of North Norfolk. Unfortunately though, this is only a short snapshot of this section as said weather drained my camera battery quicker than anticipated! Leaving Wells, the walker is soon in familiar marshland surroundings; delightfully remote and tranquil today! After a short respite for a hot drink in the hostelry at Stiffkey, there's more marshland walking through to Morston and then on to Blakeney. Intensely bitter Easterly winds killed this walker's camera battery somewhere around Blakeney Eye, meaning no windmill at Cley in this video. Next time! Another lovely day's walking, despite the chill, providing some less frequently seen snowy views of the coastline here.


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