Time for some bracing sea air as Norfolk Ramblers take us on a walk at Sheringham
1From the boating lake take the path beside the golf course up to the lookout post on the top of the cliffs; you have views over (A) Sheringham and Weybourne. From here you head down towards Weybourne. Follow the path to a marker post, turn left crossing the North Norfolk Railway. Before the road turn right then left, crossing the road to enter Sheringham Park; follow the field edge and you will come to a seat (B) where there are steps up to the gazebo. There are great views to be had from it if you are feeling energetic! Otherwise carry on along the field edge path to a gate on your left; follow the path with views of Sheringham Hall on your left.
2If taking the short walk go straight on to point (3). If doing the longer walk turn right following the path through the woods; follow the signs for the visitor centre where there are toilets and refreshments and a gift shop. There is also an exhibition of the history of the park there. You then retrace your steps back to the marker post to the right. When you reach the viewing area head down the steps to the gate; you will see the gate to the Temple – there are excellent views from here. From the rear of the temple head towards the fence at the back of the hotel down to the drive.
3Pass through the gate following the road to Upper Sheringham; go through the village, passing the church on your right, and at the sharp bend carry on ahead to Cranfield road. Go left at the finger post on to Butts Lane, follow to the end which brings you to the main A1082. Follow the road down to the roundabout, walk down the main street to the sea front; turn left following the signs for the toilets and boating lake from where you started.