Links to Walks and Activities

Walks and Activities

Norfolk Ramblers

A link to the Norfolk Ramblers' Site, listing walks in the County

Tas Valley Walk
The Tas Valley Way runs between Eaton and Attleborough and links with Ketts Country Walk. The walk meanders through a landscape shaped by the Enclosure Acts of earlier years and where public access is now generally restricted to roads and public rights of way. There is online information at the link above and also a printed leaflet from which the above paragraph is taken. The leaflet, however, gives no indication of where it may be obtained. Try either South Norfolk District Council offices in Long Stratton (01508 533 633) or Norfolk County Hall Planning and Transportation (01603 222 769)
Norfolk Trails

Links to the Norfolk County Council guide to 'Norfolk Trails' - the network of long distance paths which are still being maintained as a matter of routine by the County Council.  For other paths and rights of way see the link above, including a 'report a problem' link.

Play and Activity Webs
Play and Activity Webs is a group within the Tas Valley that is working to produce a web of pathways and safe roads joining play and open spaces around South Norfolk, These pathways are for walkers, cyclists and horse riders of all ages.
Parish Walks in South Norfolk
South Norfolk Council Countryside and Heritage Manager 01508 533945 Several walks are listed, including Hempnall, Morningthorpe, Mulbarton, Pulhams, Topcroft and Burston and there are donwloadable guides to each walk
Cycling routes
South Norfolk Council Countryside and Heritage Manager 01508 533945 Download maps of nine cycle routes, including Wymondham, Brooke, Diss, Long Stratton, Swardeston and Mulbarton, plus a South Norfolk tour map. Pubs, shops, cycle-friendly B&Bs and interesting features are all marked on the maps – download a set today and plan your next day out in South Norfolk!
Walking for Health
South Norfolk Council Physical Activity Coordinator 01508 533 921 Walking the way to Health Initiative focuses primarily on promoting walking for health in our local communities by providing safe and supervised environments in which to walk. This takes the format of producing a programme of guided walks, led by trained volunteer health walks leaders. There are walks for all levels of fitness on this web site.