Sunday, March 22, 2015

Warham and Wighton from Wells-Next-The-Sea Walk

This is off message and a little late but last month I went for a weekend in Cromer, Norfolk and went on this fantastic 8.5mile walk on the Saturday starting in Wells. The Norfolk coast and countryside is simply stunning.

The blue, big Eastern skies as well as warm-ish weather did help of course. The first part of the walk along the harbour, coastline and then salt marshes was especially beautiful.

The iron age Warham camp (top right of collage) was incredibly well preserved considering its age and very atmospheric. It is incredible that you can wonder freely over a huge historic structure that is over 2,000 years old .

Had a very pleasant lunch in the Carpenter Arms in Wighton (with Danish host Carsten) and then cross country walk back to Wells.

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