Norfolk Coast Path

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Signpost at Weybourne

The Norfolk Coast Path is a long-distance footpath in Norfolk, running 45 miles from Hunstanton (52°56’23"N, 0°29’14"E) to Cromer (52°55’48"N, 1°17’34"E). It was opened in 1986 and spans the length of the North Norfolk Coast 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty'.

This being Norfolk, the path is far from mountainous. Its highest point is the Beeston Bump at 207 feet.

The path links with the Peddars Way at Holme-next-the-Sea, and the two in combination form the Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path National Trail. At Cromer it links to the Weavers Way.

Villages on the route

The Norfolk Coast Path passes through or near:

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Long-distance footpaths in the United Kingdom

Cleveland WayCotswold WayGlyndŵr's WayGreat Glen WayHadrian's Wall PathIcknield WayNorth Downs WayNorfolk Coast PathOffa's Dyke PathPeddars WayPembrokeshire Coast PathPennine BridlewayPennine WayThe RidgewayScottish National TrailSouth Downs WaySouthern Upland WaySouth West Coast PathSpeyside WayThames PathUlster WayWest Highland WayYorkshire Wolds Way