Walk Length: 4.5 mile linear walk
For spooky season 2020, we teamed up with Weird Norfolk to bring you a series of spooky walks With people living here for centuries, the extraordinary Broads National Park is abundant in history and oozing with ghost stories and we are dying to share them with you. In the second instalment of the series, The Great Yarmouth to Burgh Castle Walk, find out about witches, ghost ships, big cats and devilish dogs.
We begin the 4.5 mile terrifying trail at Great Yarmouth Train Station, NR30 1SD (Grid Ref: TG 5199 0807).
This walk will take you from the ancient fishing port of Great Yarmouth out into the flats of Breydon Water along the Angles Way long distance walking trail which will bring you to the ruins of the old Roman fort at Burgh Castle. An area steeped in history as well as abundant in wildlife, there is much to spot in the wider horizon including the many mills dotted around the landscape such as the iconic Berney Arms Mill, just across the River Yare. Click here for more information about this walk and the Angles Way.