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Best Walking Routes in The Broads National Park

The Broads National Park is best known for its beautiful waterways and boat trips, but it’s also a great place to explore on foot with big skies, diverse wildlife, pretty villages and cultural heritage to discover.

There are lots of walking and hiking routes to choose from in the Broads, leading you across an idyllic landscape of small settlements, medieval brick bridges and historic mills that dot the Norfolk and Suffolk skyline.

The footpaths in the Broads National Park are well managed and can take you anywhere from soft fenland lakeside paths to golden sand dunes and thick woodlands. And if you fancy a big hiking challenge, the 130-mile Norfolk Coast Path and Peddars Way National Trail passes nearby and is one of the finest long-distance walks in England.

The beauty and tranquility of Britain’s waterland National Park attracts around 8 million visitors each year. The Broads is also home to a quarter of the rarest wildlife species in the country, including the swallowtail butterfly and Norfolk hawker dragonfly.

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