Blakeney Point to Lifeboat House, Norfolk

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Norwich

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Walk Details
This National Trust walk encompasses Blakeney Point and Lifeboat House on the Norfolk coastline. It is a beautiful area and if you are lucky you will see the famous seals that inhabit the area.

The car park can be easily reached for this walk, from here you stroll down the beach on your left and along the way you will find an abundance of wildlife throughout this walk. There are often fishermen fishing along the shoreline and families playing throughout the day.

The path changes from shingle to sand the closer you get to Lifeboat House. Once there you will find toilet facilities, a research display and in the summer, some comfortable deck chairs to rest upon. Keep an eye on the seals as you walk past as they can be very playful and noisy!