National Trust Blickling Estate Walk, Norfolk 

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Walk Details
If you’re looking for a walk that takes in all the best bits of Blickling’s ancient woodland, with stunning views across the lake to the hall itself, then try the Estate walk. Blickling Estate is great to explore whether you are on your own, with the family or the dog. There is something for everyone.

Blickling is renowned for its Bluebells. Nearly 50% of the world’s English bluebells can be found in the UK. The bluebell is a member of the lily family and has a clever way of surviving under the dense shade of woodland. The green leaves emerge early in the year, well before the leaves of the trees open. This means that the bluebell does most of its growing with plenty of light and so replenishes the nutrients stored in its bulb. The flowering bit is really the end of the cycle and the leaves die away until the following year.

Carpark: The Buttlands Car park
22 Mill Rd, Aylsham, Norwich NR11 6DS