The Norfolk Coastal Path is one of the best walks for its scenery and wildlife and its infrastructure. 'Infrastructure?'
Yes, it's an easy route to walk in sections now and then. Or, you can walk its whole length without having to worry too much about where to park. It's easy to get back to your car (if you drive there) or find somewhere to stay.
There's a regular bus service between King's Lynn and Cromer. It runs hourly (mainly) throughout the day. In other words, you can park your car at a point along the route. Get onto the path and head off to a bus stop in one of the villages along the way. If you get tired, you can always cut inland sooner on one of the many paths off it.
You can’t go walking in Cornwall without following part of the ‘Coastal Path’. If you don’t, you will miss out on experiencing one of the county’s unforgettable assets. Walking along the coastal path is elemental.
If you are lucky enough with the weather, you will see waves crashing against the rugged coast and you might even feel its romance. Huge rocks, inaccessible beaches, deep caverns, old lighthouses, and craggy coves; the Cornish Coastal Path feels like it has enough vibrance to power a small town.
On a week’s leave in Cornwall, Penny and I, with our family, decided to follow the Coastal Path from the lovely beach at Trevone to Padstow, returning cross country.