National Trust Sheringham Woodland and Coastal Walk, Norfolk

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Norwich

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Walk Details
This is a wonderfully varied walk through parkland, fields, woods, and along a cliff edge by the sea. Savour the views from the tree-top gazebo and absorb the history and rich variety of trees, bird and animal life. With opportunities for refreshment en route.

Suitable for experienced walkers.

Sheringham Park is famous for its rhododendrons and azaleas, flowering in spring and early summer. White Admiral butterflies can be seen in flight from late June, peaking in numbers in July. This spectacular woodland butterfly is most regularly seen in the area from the old saw mill to the pond.

Carpark: National Trust – Sheringham Park
Visitor Centre, Wood Farm, Upper Sheringham NR26 8TL