Enjoy a long cycle or walk through this large National Trust owned park and estate in Norfolk. The parkland surrounds the 19th century Sheringham Hall and includes miles of peaceful woodland trails, beautiful landscaped gardens full of rhododendrons and azaleas and fabulous views of the Norfolk coast. There is also an abundance of wildlife with 3 species of deer and a wide variety of birds and butterflies.
There are 4 lovely way-marked trails in the park. They are colour coded with orange, blue, red and white waymarkers. Cycling is permitted in the park but please do not cycle on the orange trail and keep to reasonable speeds.
Sheringham Park is located about 5 miles west of Cromer and about 6 miles east of Holt. It is just a short walk from the coast where you could pick up the Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path which runs through Sheringham. You can head east to Cromer along the coast on the Cromer to Sheringham Walk. The route also gives you the option of climbing to Beacon Hill, Norfolk's highest point. It's located just over 2 miles east of Sheringham Park and has more nice woodland trails and sea views.
Just to the west of the path you will find Kelling Heath. The expansive area of heathland includes miles of footpaths, heather, western gorse, bracken, and mixed woodland. It's a short walk from the park or you can catch the North Norfolk Railway (NNR) to Kelling Heath Park railway station from Holt or Sheringham.
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