25.4km/15.8 miles. Allow 8hrs (relaxed pace).
A mix of unsurfaced paths, pavements, recently resurfaced path at Ingoldisthorpe and quiet country lanes. Take care where the route crosses the A149 near Sandringham at a designated crossing point.
Look out for the waymarkers along the route.
Yes, on leads recommended.
Heacham South Beach car cark, Ken Hill, King’s Lynn.
A café at Heacham and Sandringham; pubs, shops and cafés in Snettisham, Castle Rising, Dersingham and King’s Lynn.
Heacham beach car park, Sandringham and King’s Lynn Rail Station.
As this route follows a number of footpaths the entire route is for walking only, between Sandringham and King’s Lynn the route largely aligns with the Sustrans National Cycle Route 1 and further information on this can be found on the Sustrans website (www.sustrans.org.uk).
We will continue working with our partners to improve accessibility on this route with the aim of linking in the current cycle network at Sandringham to Hunstanton, further information of our future plans can be found at www.norfolk.gov.uk/activetravel.
When complete, the resurfaced area between Ingoldisthorpe and Dersingham will offer improved access for this section – keep an eye on the website for details about when this is open.