The trails pass over the grassy clifftops of Beeston Bump, past a 13th century priory and through an award winning SSSI common with marshes, fens, heaths and scrub, a mosaic of habitats that are home to over 400 flowering plants, 26 butterflies and up to 10 dragonfly species.
From this lowland valley in which the common lies, the land rises to wooded hills, part of an ancient glacial landscape.The woods are mainly broad-leaved with pockets of planted conifers.
Green lanes connect the woods with the 19th century grand design of Humphry Repton at Sheringham Park. The parkland is a mixture of open grass slopes and woodland with exotic trees flanked by colourful rhododendrons. From the park the trail leads back to the cliffs and rises to Skelding Hill before descending again to the town of Sheringham.
View / Download the Sheringham Trails Walking Guide
Try the three peak challenge of Beeston Bump, Incleborough and Skelding Hill, enjoy the amazing views points over Sheringham.
View or download the National Trust Guide