A dramatic cliff face on Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path

Coastal access and more!

4th September 2014

Phew! What a summer! It has been an incredible summer this year, the weather has been fantastic and there has been alot going on......

Exciting new work is continuing on the Coastal access path that will link Cromer to Beeston Regis following the line of the Coast.

At the moment the Norfolk Coast Path remains on it's current line which takes an inland route. New signage is being added now along the new route with suitable notice to advise that the seaward route east of Beeston Bump is not officially open to walkers until early December. Please keep an eye on this website for updates!

However in the meantime, please keep enjoying the delights of the inland section, such as the viewing point at Roman Camp, where there is an amazing opportunity for panoramic views from Sheringham to Cromer and the sunken path at Abbs Common which is a delight and could feature in any fairy tale!

Norfolk Trails are currently running a photograph competition to feature peoples'  favourite part of/view from any part of the Norfolk Trails network, this includes the Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path, there are some great prizes so please send in a photo of your favourite spot on the route, see here for details on how to enter.

Get your business on the map!  If you own/manage a tourism related business and would like to be on the 'Plan your visit' pages map for Norfolk's National Trail, it is a very simple process. Firstly you will need to sign up to our site, you just need a username and e-mail address, then go the following page for full instructions for how to get your details added to the map. 

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Point near to the current end of the Norfolk Coast Path joining the Weavers Way.