Sunday 29 January 2016. I was busy on a photography course at Wimpole Hall today but Phil has kindly sent me this report of his walk from Pretty Corner.
There were 10 of us today who turned up in glorious sunshine. We descended through woodland to Upper Sheringham, then on to Sheringham Park, taking a short coffee stop on the bridge overlooking the steam railway. Followed by a 3 mile stretch along the coast climbing 3 peaks including Beeston Bump.
Lunch was taken at Beeston Priory and well received. After, we made a gentle climb through the common, and then a steep wooded incline to the finish. Most of us agreed because of the gradients the walk felt a little more than the 8.5 miles advertised.
I’ve added Phil’s pictures of the walk and one of my own of a Redwing; taking on “point and shoot” setting before starting my photography course.