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Worstead, North Walsham, Norfolk, NR28 9

 

Trunch, NR26

 

At 26 miles this is one of the longest traffic-free routes in the country. Linking Aylsham and Reepham with the heart of Norwich, this combination of two former railway lines is open to cyclists, walkers and horseriders.

Traffic-free, NR27 9EL

tel: 01603 222222

 

Much of the Weaver's Way, running from Cromer to Gt Yarmouth, is footpath only but from Aylsham to Stalham cycling is permitted. 13-mile section.

Traffic-free, NR27 9EL

tel: 01603 222222

 

Dilham, North Walsham, Norfolk, NR28

 

Short but sweet, this one mile of former railway line runs from the edge of North Walsham almost to the hamlet of Knapton, for an easy road link to Mundesley on the coast.

North Walsham, Norfolk, NR27 9EL

tel: 01603 222222

 

Visit Coltishall and historic Horstead Mill on the River Bure, and take the Bure Valley cycle track to Buxton/ Aylsham. 8½ miles (13.5km) approx.

  • Miles: 8

Aylsham, Norfolk, NR11 6BW

 

Settled in Anglo-Saxon times, North Walsham became an important cloth-making centre when Flemish weavers arrived in the 12th C.

Town Centre, North Walsham, Norfolk, NR28 9

 

Cart Gap is a popular place to walk along the Norfolk Coast Path towards Happisburgh or Sea Palling.

Cart Gap, NR12 0QL

tel: 01263 513811

 

Broads holiday village set beside the banks of the River Bure.

Village Centre, Horning, Norfolk, NR12 8AA

 
  • Miles: 9

Aylsham, Norfolk, NR11 6BW

 

Wroxham, NR12 8RX

 

Bacton Woods offers circular rides of up to 2 miles within its compact 113 hectares. It is open to cyclists and walkers, with some paths also open to horse riders. Great place for a picnic.

Bacton Woods, NR27 9EL

tel: 01263 512497

 

Catfield Village Hall, The Street, Catfield, NR29 5AA

 

The adjoining settlements of Wroxham and Hoveton are known as the 'capital of the Broads'.

Town Centre, Wroxham and Hoveton, Norfolk, NR12 8

 

How Hill National Nature Reserve will show you something of all the Broads habitats - open water, fens, grazing marshes and wet woodland. It even has its own broad and there are three drainage mills on the reserve.

  • Duration: One & a half hours.

How Hill National Nature Reserve, Ludham, Norfolk, NR29 5PG

tel: 01603 756096

 

Thought to be the only traffic-free cycle path in Britain that runs alongside a narrow guage railway. 9-mile route, Aylsham to Hoveton & Wroxham

Traffic-free, NR27 9EL

tel: 01263 733858

 

Attractive small town, with a fine collection of 18th C. houses bordering the market place.

Town Centre, Reepham, Norfolk, NR10 4