This walk makes use of Blickling Halls extensive multi-purpose trail, which has been designed to accommodate mobility scooter users, cyclists, and walkers alike. You can even borrow a mobility scooter from the office, just remember to book in advance to avoid disappointment.
This route starts in the carpark, before heading straight out into the acres of parkland which the National Trust care for. You’re heading in the direction of the Great Wood, which is carpeted in bluebells in the spring and remains beautiful at all times of year.
You can choose to deviate and make the walk shorter or longer depending on your energy levels, but we really enjoyed taking the longer route along the lake. Just be careful after wet weather, the ground gets boggy and we wouldn’t want your scooter getting stuck!
After you’re done you could take a tour of the house – one of the few with a lift! Alternatively you could have a bite at the café.
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