20 March, 2021
Follow the Norfolk coast across sand dunes from Thornham to Old Hunstanton on this wheel-friendly walk, with access TOG ambassador Debbie North as your guide.
This is a joy of a walk, following the coastal path that meanders along the tops of sand dunes on the edge of the sea. It’s a 4-mile section of the 84-mile Norfolk Coastal Path and this section, from Thornham to Old Hunstanton, is completely barrier free.
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