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Walked from Anglia Square to the river, turned left and walked to the railway station alongside the river. Stunning views, flat most of the way and not as muddy as I thought it might be at this time of the year. If you do the...More
Perfect for dog walkers as well as any age group with some of the best ale pubs in Norwich on route.....start at the best of them all “The Red Lion” at Bishopsbridge and even take a picnic and/or a fishing rod 💚💛
The walk along the riverside in January was a peaceful retreat from the city. Was surprised to find daffodils in bloom and the snowdrops were very pretty. Good flat walk for all ages. Choose your route depending on how long you wish to walk for.
I had 11 visitors staying over the Christmas / New Year period and most days we walked some or all of the Riverside walk. We watched the swans and their cygnets and the Egyptian geese, the canoeists and kayakers, never a dull moment with lots...More
Riverside Walk (+ the whole path that extends all the way to the back of Norwich Cathedral) is a good place for morning walks, jogs, reflection/meditation moments, etc. Usually quite in the early mornings and early evenings :)
To walk along the riverbank and to approach the cathedral from the east end - passing the Great Hospital is a truly breathtaking vista. The Cathedral Close is a delight and one envies those who live within its confines. It shows how diverse Norwich is...More
Visted Norwich for the first time on a work trip. Really interesting centre and around the cathederal. Discoverd the river walk by accident but glad I did. Easy to follow and lots of historic information boards to read along the way.
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If you Google "Norwich riverside walk map", the first result that comes up should be a site called Griffmonster's Great Walks — it has a description of the walk and landmarks along the way, as well as maps in... More
If you Google "Norwich riverside walk map", the first result that comes up should be a site called Griffmonster's Great Walks — it has a description of the walk and landmarks along the way, as well as maps in several different formats.
Happy walking! :o)