Sandringham

Sunday 26 November 2017. There was a good turn-out of 12 for today’s walk led by Josephine. It turned out to be 6.25 miles with just under 500ft of ascent. We left the Sandringham visitor centre to walk along the Scenic Drive and then on roads, crossing the busy A149 to the scissor crossroads. From here we took a woodland path before stopping for coffee at Wolferton. A circuit of the village and more woodland paths brought us back to back to the road but not before we all had to climb over a locked gate. In fairness to the landowner we had trespassed and didn’t follow an official footpath.

The next section of the walk took us to Wolferton Cliffs and the John Denver memorial bench where we stopped for lunch with views out across the expanse of Dersingham Bog. More road walking and a more hazardous crossing of the A149 saw us back in the woods for the final stretch back to the visitor centre for post-walk refreshments.

 

Aerial View

Sandringham – walk route

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