My favourite walk part 2 | Beach walk Sheringham to Cromer

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

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This is part two of my favourite walk; the Norfolk Coast Path between Cromer and Sheringham. I left us upon Beeston Regis nature trail just before the big hill (it's huge for flat old Norfolk) and so the path continues up over the hill and down into the town of Sheringham.

The view from the top of the hill is a real treat; it's not often you get such a sight round these parts.

 

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Having a wander around Sheringham is lovely, it's a small place really but if you're after chips and an ice cream you are well catered for! There are plenty of nice independent shops to explore as well.

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The way back to Cromer that we enjoy does require forward planning; walking back along the beach is delightful but you do have to ensure that the tide is well out so you don't get caught out. The distance isn't all that far, I guess around two miles and it simply flies by. Empty beaches are always a luxury for a big kid like me; the ability to skip around with maybe the odd cartwheel thrown in for good measure without a soul in sight (hopefully).

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So there you have it; my favourite walk in photographs, I hope that you enjoyed it too!

Sophie

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3 comments

  1. I can't go to a beach without cartwheeling either, or running about like an aeroplane, or paddling in the sea. The seaside is always my happy place.

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  2. I WISH I could turn a cartwheel.... Never been able to.
    It looks beautiful and I'd love to visit it.

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  3. This brought back memories of childhood holidays! I now live in South Norfolk but as a kid lived near Derby and had many a happy holiday on the North Norfolk coast!

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