WELCOMING NEW WALKERS…

NORFOLK NORDIC WALKING

APRIL IS HERE… SPRING HAS SPRUNG SO WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?

Great to welcome plenty of new walkers to our fantastic community and mix with those of you who are regulars.   Plenty of walks on offer in superb locations with some fabulous weekend adventures looming too. What walks will you pick?  Here’s our definitive guide of what’s on offer at Norfolk Nordic Walking…

Wellbeing Walks:

Suitable for beginners and those who want a gentle pace.  Terrain mostly flat. Gear 1 with Gear 2 challenges.

Thursday Catton Park 10.15am

Mixed Ability Adventure Walks: 

This class is suitable for most fitness levels and the terrain is diverse.  We will encourage some fast walking to increase your fitness.  We will give fitter walkers extra challenges. Gear 2 mainly.

Monday Whitlingham 10.30am.  HILLS!

Tuesday UEA Evening Walk ‘The Tuesday Sunset Club’

Wednesday Yare Valley 1pm

Thursday Caistor St Edmund 12pm. HILLS!

Friday Eaton/Earlham 11am

Workout Walks: MODERATE

This class is suitable for most fitness levels.  The class includes additional strength, conditioning and balance exercises.  Hills and High Intensity Intervals feature on these walks. Extra challenges included for fitter walkers.

Monday Broadland Business Park 5.15pm

Wednesday Broadland Business Park 5.15pm

Workout Walks: FAST

The class speed will be fast. Hills and High Intensity Intervals feature on these walks.  The terrain is a mix of flat and hills plus some rocky ground.  You need to be a confident walker who enjoys a ‘bootcamp boost’.  Gear 2 – Gear 3.

Monday Whitlingham 9.30am

Thursday Caistor St Edmund 1.30pm

Longer Adventure/Stamina Walk:

Usually 3.5 – 6 milers in various locations.  You need to be able to walk consistently in Gear 2. This class is suitable for most fitness levels who can walk the distances but the terrain will vary.  

Wednesday Blickling Hall 10am

Saturday / Sunday VARIOUS LOCATIONS 10am

WEEKEND ADVENTURE WALKS – WHERE WILL YOUR POLES TAKE YOU?

One of the joys of Nordic walking is the strength and stamina it builds, enabling us to explore with confidence the extraordinary countryside in Norfolk.  We have so much on our backdoor step, from reed-fringed broads to vast sandy beaches, mysterious marshland and rural, tiny hamlets off the beaten track. 

So I am thrilled to be able to share our next series of scenic Weekend Walks which intersperses familiar favourites with new venues.  Our walks vary in distance with different levels of difficulty to provide something for everyone.  

Top tip:  Book up early!  These walks can get full up FAST and with 15 people max per walk,  beat the rush….

 Here’s what’s on offer:

(Adverse) APRIL

7th Brancaster Downs and Coastal Path 5m

13th Seasons Change Mousehold City Views 4m

20th EASTER SATURDAY – NO WALK

27th Winterton- From Dunes to Ruins 5m

(Magical) MAY

4th Bluebells at Foxley Wood 4.5 m

11am WALK FOR PARKINSON’S AT BLICKLING HALL 2m/3.5m/5.5m

18th John’s Saturday Adventure Walk  4m

25th Buxton Mill, Water Meadows and Steam Trains

4.5m

(Jubilant) June

1st Weybourne Coast to Poppyland 6.5 miler

8th Exploring the TWO Pulhams 4.5 m

15th John’s Saturday Adventure Walk 

22nd Dunston Common Views for Miles 4m

29th From Marston Marshes to Keswick Mill 5m

JULY – SEPTEMBER WEEKEND WALKS COMING YOUR WAY:

(These will be on the Norfolk Nordic Walking website in late April)

East Ruston – Canals, Locks and Ghost trains

Potter Heigham Nature Watch Walk

Scenic Trunch Trail

Seal spotting at Horsey Beach

Eye Spy a Castle (Baconsthorpe)

Acle to Upton Big Skies

Wymondham Figure of Eight

Hales Green from Loddon

Thelmshorpe Loop / Marriot’s Way

Walking in  Parson Woodforde’s footsteps

Nelson’s Love of the Sea

Updated: April 2, 2019 — 1:58 pm