Embark on a facinating journey through Norfolk’s rich history along the Oxborough to Gooderstone Heritage Walk, offering walkers a captivating insight and exploration into the into the cultural and historical richness of the region.
The trek begins in the quaint village of Oxborough, where tales of the past set the stage for an immersive heritage experience. Well-marked paths meander through the charming landscape, leading past a collection of monuments and landmarks.
Discover the standout features of the Oxborough to Gooderstone Heritage Walk:
Historic Villages: Traverse historic villages, absorbing the charm of Oxborough and Gooderstone and capturing glimpses of Norfolk’s architectural and cultural heritage.
Gooderstone Water Gardens: Veer from the trail and explore the enchanting Gooderstone Water Gardens, a horticultural gem decorated in picturesque ponds, bridges and vibrant plant life, providing a serene stop along the route.
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Starting Point: Exit the car park and turn left then right, joining the lane next to the Bedingfield Arms. Pass Chantry House on your right before joining a public footpath.
Stile Crossings: Cross the first stile into a field adjacent to Church Farm. Veer left and cross a second stile. Follow the path until you reach a third stile. Cross the stile and continue through the field until you reach a fourth and final stile. Cross the stile and turn right.
Gooderstones: Follow the road into Gooderstone, stopping at St George’s Church. Veer left, passing Elm Place and onto a public bridleway at Mill Drove. Follow the bridleway, turning left at the end onto Chalkrow Lane.
Return To Car Park: Follow the lane, passing Chalkrow Lane Tower Mill on your right. Turn right at the T-Junction, following the road to Oxborough.