- The National Trails
- Cleveland Way
- Cotswold Way
- England Coast Path
- Glyndŵr's Way
- Hadrian's Wall Path
- North Downs Way
- Offa's Dyke Path
- Peddars Way / Norfolk Coast Path
- Pembrokeshire Coast Path
- Pennine Bridleway
- Pennine Way
- South Downs Way
- South West Coast Path
- Thames Path
- The Ridgeway
- Yorkshire Wolds Way
Norfolk Coast Path open10th December 2013
Following some damage to flood defences, footpaths and property on the North Norfolk Coast cross-organisational work is ongoing to assess, clear up and repair, after recent tidal surges.
In particular The Norfolk Trails Team is working to provide diversion routes, where possible for walkers on the Norfolk Coast Path and associated circular routes. Despite the flood bank closures 53 km of the 67 km Norfolk Coast Path remains open, as does the vast majority of the 140 kms of associated circular walks. The remaining Rights of Way network is unaffected by the current situation.
We are working closely with The Environment Agency in relation to footpaths on flood banks. We strongly advise that people adhere to the closure signs and do not walk on the affected flood banks for their own safety.
Norfolk Trails has today, already begun repairs on the 1.3 km of boardwalk at Brancaster Marsh.
The only footpaths which are currently affected by closures are:
Brancaster Beach road – Brancaster Staithe (Brancaster Marsh)
Thornham – Holme Dunes Nature Reserve
Burnham Deepdale – Burnham Overy Staithe
Blakeney – Cley next the Sea
Cley next the Sea Beach road flood bank
North Norfolk Businesses and accommodation providers remain open for business and the following list highlights some of the exciting areas to visit at this time.
Titchwell Bird Reserve
Brancaster Staithe Barrow Common
Deepdale Circular walk – Maps available from Information centre
Holme –next-the-sea Holme Dunes
Snettisham Woodland Walk
Cley Marshes Visitor Centre only
Holt Country Park
Holt to Sheringham