Are you in Norfolk and trying to figure out where to go hiking? Many hiking routes can also be used for biking. You just need to know the direction and distance that hiking around each trail will take. Some of the best hiking routes in Norfolk are the following.
The Pingo Trail
If you want a hiking route that is suitable for beginners, you should try the Pingo Trail that is found near Attleborough. It is loved by many hikers because it is surrounded by nature. The route is also clearly labelled, and you can get many reviews about it from other people who have used the trail before. It is a good space for groups that want to hike together, or for a solo getaway trip.
Located in Thetford in Norfolk, this stretch of the eight-kilometre route is popular for its wildflowers and view of the lake. It can be used by people with all experiences in hiking. It can sometimes get muddy, especially if you go hiking or cycling in the rainy season, so you should wear the right attire for your hike.
Norwich Bridges and Church Trail
This route takes you around the River Wensum and exposes you to a calm and beautiful view. It is exactly what you need if you are feeling stressed and want to experience the beauty of nature. According to reviews by frequent travellers who have ever been to this hiking route, it is also fairly easy to navigate.
Coltishall and Belaugh
This trail is about seven kilometres, and it also has a river on the pathway. It is best known for being a space for people who want to hike or do bird watching. It also has areas for picnics or those who want to bask in the beauty of nature.