This lovely seaside village has some nice coastal trails to follow in both directions. It is part of the Norfolk Coast AONB where there's some wonderful coastal scenery. This walk follows the England Coast Path south east to the nearby village of Bacton. The route runs for just over 2 miles on a flat path running along the beaches. As such it's suitable for all abilities.
This route uses part of the Paston Way long distance trail. To continue your walking in the area you could follow the waymarked path to the North Walsham and Dilham Canal and the Pretty Pigney's Wood Nature Reserve. You can follow the path through the countryside from Bacton, passing Knapton and the noteworthy Bacton Woods on the way. The attractive woods have 30 species of tree, including Scots and Corsian Pine, Western Hemlock, Douglas Fir and Larch. Near North Walsham you can also pick up the Weavers' Way long distance footpath.
You could also head along the England Coast Path in the other direction. This will take you to Overstrand where you can pick try the Cromer to Overstrand Walk. This takes you along a super cliff top path with great views over the area.
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Further Information and Other Local Ideas
Head south west along the Paston Way from the village and you could pay a visit to the nearby Gunton Park. There's a huge deer park and a 19th century working sawmill to see at this historic site. The picturesque thatched mill is notable as the only surviving water powered sawmill in Norfolk. The walk also includes a visit to the excellent Gunton Arms pub where there are fine views over the estate.
If you head south along the coast path you could visit the worthy village of Happisburgh. There's a lovely secluded beach, a striking 18th century lighthouse and a historic 15th century church to see here.
For more walking ideas in the area see the Norfolk Walks page.