Felbrigg Circular Walk

Route type: Circular and Linear Walks

Starting close to the sea in Cromer, this walk quickly shifts from town to country. Following the Weavers’ Way inland, the route soon passes Cromer Hall. Though not open to the public, the Gothic Revival architecture of this impressive building can be admired from the path.

Then, after heading across open parkland and through the sleepy village of Felbrigg, travel back in time – at least architecturally speaking – to Jacobean Felbrigg Hall. As a National Trust property, Felbrigg Hall and most of its estate are open to the public. Parts of the estate are designated as Sites of Special Scientific interest, supporting a vast array of wildlife. At dusk, it’s not uncommon to see barn owls gliding low across the parkland here.

Leaving the Felbrigg Estate and Weavers’ Way, the walk follows the intriguingly named lane called ‘Lion’s Mouth’ uphill through stunning beech woodland before looping back to Cromer via the wooded hills of East Runton.