The variety of trails throughout North Norfolk makes it absolutely ideal for enthusiastic cyclists, with routes varying in length from as short as a couple of miles all the way up to 15 miles plus. If you prefer exploring scenery on two wheels, definitely check out any of the following areas:
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The Coastal Path
Just as popular with walkers as it is with cyclists, The Coastal Path is home to some of the most picturesque locations in the UK. There are many potential trail options along the North Norfolk coast, so whether you fancy a quick three mile dash or a 20-mile adventure, there will be a route to suit you.
Peddars Way takes its name from the Latin for 'on foot' - 'Pedestar', but don't let that fool you: it's still a brilliant route for cyclists. Trails reach as far as eight miles, and the old trackway is as picturesque as any route in the region. The National Trail website is well worth a visit if you're unsure which of the routes are likely to suit you best.
If nothing less than a real cycling journey will do, Weaver's Way is the route for you. 61 miles of some of the UK's most diverse landscape features woodland, mixed farmland and historic country estates, as well as disused railway lines, riverside walks and - of course - the stunning Norfolk Broads. An absolute must for any cycling fanatics in the UK.
If you're heading to North Norfolk for a cycling holiday, give Norfolk Hideaways a call: we'll be able to find you the perfect place to rest your head after an active day pedalling.