Sustrans National Cycle Route
Sustrans National Cycle Network Route 1 - HULL TO HARWICH
Hull to Fakenham section - via Lincoln, Boston, King's Lynn, Sandringham
Distance: 206 miles
The Northern half of the Hull to Harwich cycle route is ideal of cycling country with quiet routes and a flat landscape. Starting at the Humber Bridge the route passses through the Lincolnshire Wolds and into the Witham Valley and continues under the open skies of the Fens. www.sustrans.org.uk/ncn/map/route/hull-to-fakenham
Fakenham to Harwich section via Norwich, Ipswich, Colchester and Felixstowe
Distance: via Colchester 163 miles.
Distance: via Felixstowe is 114 miles (uses 3 ferries).
There are 199 miles of route of which 27 are traffic free. The main traffic free section is the Marriotts Way north-west out of Norwich. The route is one of the flattest NCN routes and is the ideal way to experience the tranquil beauty of the East Anglian countryside. www.sustrans.org.uk/ncn/map/route/hull-to-fakenham#./fakenham-to-harwich
The Norfolk Coast Cycleway follows Sustrans national route from King's Lynn to Wighton and then regional route 30 to Great Yarmouth