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Sustrans National Cycle Route 1

Those looking for a bigger cycling challenge might be interested in taking on Sustrans National Cycle Route 1, part of which passes through areas along the Norfolk Coast, and then inland through the county and beyond into Suffolk.

As an alternative challenge, the Norfolk Coast Cycleway follows Sustrans national route from King’s Lynn to Wighton and then follows quiet lanes and small roads to Great Yarmouth.

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 cycling country with quiet routes and a flat landscape. Starting at the Humber Bridge the route passes through the Lincolnshire Wolds and into the Witham Valley and continues under the open skies of the Fens.

More details of the Hull to Fakenham section on the Sustrans website >

Fakenham to Harwich

Distance: 163 miles via Colchester
Distance: 114 miles via Felixstowe (uses three 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.

More details of the Fakenham to Harwich section on the Sustrans website >

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