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In the past, Salthouse has indeed lived up to its name. Salt from seawater was produced here as long ago as the eleventh century and Sarbury Hill, over which the route passes, was called Salt Hill on a map of 1649.
This 5 mile (8km) walk starts in the village near to the shop and pub. It meanders upwards out of the village to Salthouse Heath, from which there are extensive views over the coastline from Sheringham to Blakeney Point and beyond.
The footpath along the ridge coincides with the Norfolk Coast Path National Trail.
This walk is accessible by public transport via the Coast Hopper bus service.
Please download the map of this walk here.