Walk length: 5.5 miles.
The easiest method of starting this Norfolk Trails walk is to take the train to Berney Arms Station, Great Yarmouth, NR30 1SB Grid Ref: TG 4602,0536 and begin your walk from here. Trains only stop at Berney Arms on particular services upon request and information on train services can be found here. Alternatively you could begin your route at Great Yarmouth Station and catch the train back from Berney Arms.
Berney Arms station is the most remote train station in Britain and is two miles away from the closest public road. Embarking from Berney Arms station the route takes you through panoramic views of the surrounding grazing marsh leading to Berney Arms Mill, an English heritage site.
Continue along Wherryman’s Way with extensive views of Breydon Water to your right and Halvergate Marshes to your left. Spy many birds and wildlife, including pink-footed-goose (winter), Marsh Harrier, Little Egret and Waders.
On this walk, there are stiles, kissing gates and areas of uneven ground but the majority of the walk is flat. Sections of this walk pass through fields where cattle may be grazing so take care and follow the countryside code. The walk also passes a train crossing so take extra care and follow crossing instructions.
For more information on the Wherry Lines Walks, the full walk booklet is available to download here.