Norfolk is great walking county for everyone including the less able and younger members of the family. You don’t need to own a pair of walking boots to enjoy the area! Of course dogs are always welcome, so take the whole family to explore the area and visit a dog friendly cafe or pub during your walk too.
Find out about the Norfolk Trails, a network bringing together over 1,200 miles of walks, cycle and bridle routes throughout the beautiful county. There are a wealth of linear walks and circular walks to explore. Drill down through the site using their interactive maps, print out a wealth of information and a pdf for each walk. Discover a diverse landscape of unique market towns, rich wildlife and fascinating heritage. The blog posts are well worth reading for some personal insights on to the different walks.
John Harris details lots of walks to print out on his site Walking in Norfolk, with links to maps and walking books to buy or clubs to join if you want company on your walk.
Join www.walkingworld.com for just £18 a year to enjoy over 6000 routes, contributed by more than 450 walkers, from all round Britain. Alternatively you can print out a specific walk for £1.95.
Do follow the Countryside Code wherever you go.