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National Trust walks

There is a selection of walks by the National Trust - a member organisation of the Norfolk Coast Partnership around their properties along the Norfolk Coast. Walks indicated on active map are: Sheringham Park Repton walk, Felbrigg Estate, Brancaster Staithe, Blakeney Point Coastal walk and Roman Camp (West Runton & Beeston Regis). 

Map of NT Sheringham Park

NT Sheringham Park

Sheringham Park Repton walk. Enjoy a stroll through the glorious landscaped parkland at Sheringham, with stunning sea views as well as country vistas. Visit in May and June to see the vibrant rhododendrons and azaleas.

2 mile route which takes around 1 1/2 hours to complete

The route is mostly on paths with a short section across a field. A few uphill streches. Link to National Trust Sheringham Park information page for full details.
(See the Norfolk Coast AONB Easy Access reviews  for some additional Sheringham Park information)

Map of NT Felbrigg Estate

NT Felbrigg Estate

Felbrigg Estate walk is a varied circular walk through open fields and woods, passing a church, lake, ice house and a variety of interesting trees.

Route is 2.6 miles and will take about 2 hours to complete

Undulating with some steep slopes and unsurfaced paths which can be muddy, especially near the lake. Link to National Trust Felbrigg Park site information.

(See also the Easy Access reviews for review of access walk)

Map of NT Brancaster Staithe

NT Brancaster Staithe

Brancaster Staithe walk to enjoy the beautiful sights of the coast and its wildlife. There are excellent views from Barrow Common and the chance to see the site of Branodunum Roman Fort.

3.75 miles, 2 hours

Mostly flat surfaces with some slopes, some parts can be muddy during winter. Link to National Trust Brancaster Staithe information.

Map of NT Blakeney Coastal

NT Blakeney Coastal

Blakeney Point coastal walk follows Blakeney Points 4 mile-long (6.4km) shingle spit to the sand dunes, near the Lifeboat House. It's home to a variety of unusual plants and is an internationally important breeding ground for sea bird colonies. Keep an eye out for both grey and common seals along the way.

7 miles, 3 hours.

Much of the route is on soft shingle, which can be difficult to walk on. Not suitable for pushchairs. Link to National Trust Blakeney Point information.

Map of NT Roman Camp

NT Roman Camp

West Runton and Beeston Regis Heath circular walk offering stunning views from Roman Camp across the coast, walk through woodlands and across heath

West Runton and Beeston Regis Heath, Roman Camp, West Runton, Norfolk NR27 9ND
T: 01263 820550 E:
Link to National Trust West Runton & Beeston Regis Heath walks