Dog Walks Around The Norfolk Coast - here's your chance to get hold of the book that has some really great dog friendly walks, all of which need very little time on the lead, and at the same time you can enjoy some fantastic views or walk around some places of interest.
This book contain 16 circular walks which have been designed for dog owners and their dogs to spend time together in beautiful coastal locations!
I know what it’s like to try and find good dog walks, particularly if you’re on holiday somewhere and you don’t know the area very well. Even if you're a local, you sometimes want other ideas!
This is a great excuse to explore a little bit of Norfolk with your pet.
The walks vary in length, but all have one thing in common;
Here’s what you can expect to find on each particular walk:
This is a book that covers all 3 corners of the Norfolk Coast from Hunstanton on the west, across the top of North Norfolk and finishing down on the east near Great Yarmouth.You can take a look at the book here: 16 dog walks around the Norfolk Coast
Our dogs come everywhere with us these days, and with more and more pet friendly accommodation available, it seems silly not to let them enjoy a holiday too! So this book will give you lots of ideas for lovely walks.You can take a look at the book here on the Amazon website
The book comes in three different formats
The PDF version is slightly cheaper, has some colour photos in it rather than black and white, and is something you can download onto your laptop or mobile phone.You can read more about this book on Amazon and read some of the reviews here.
Here’s a snippet of an example of one of the maps.
These maps are intended for information only. They are to scale from an OS map but have obviously been reduced to fit on the page. However, a relevant OS map is always advisable.
Having said that, most of these walks are very easy to follow as more often than not there are way-markers. And if there aren’t way-markers, then the area is probably small enough for you to get your bearings and head in the obvious direction of the walk.
These 16 walks cover the whole of the Norfolk Coast stretching from Snettisham on the west coast to Caister-on-Sea on the east coast, and all are suitable for any size of dog!
The route directions for these dog walks around the Norfolk Coast are also very detailed, so you can carry the book with you on your walk!
When writing this book, I put myself in the position of someone not knowing the area and therefore giving instructions that are easy to follow.
And other examples of helping you are notes such as:
It's a nice thin book with a glossy cover so is easy to hold or should fit in your pocket - it measures 5" x 8".
The PDF format obviously comes onto your laptop (or mobile), making it easy to print off particular walks that you want on the day.
Postcodes for the start of walks are always really important. Each walk has a postcode or a grid reference (only one walk has a grid reference). I have updated these as one reader kindly mentioned in the Amazon reviews that a couple of them were wrong, so thank you to her! They are now correct! Most of them take you to the car park, but a few of them will take you as close as possible to the start. It's always good to have a tiny little bit of common sense too!
Many of the walks I discovered whilst writing this book were great for us as humans, but not quite so good for dogs (so I didn't put them in!). There were too many trails which required lots of road walking which was something I have tried to avoid as much as possible in this book. I'm sure, as a dog owner, you'll also agree with this sentiment.
For me, the most important thing was that this book was created from my
As mentioned, most of the walks are also not too long. I'm sure that you like a walk that you can do in either the morning or afternoon, and not a walk that takes all day. This "Dog Walks Around The Norfolk Coast" book does exactly that. The longest walk is 5.7 miles.
I also hope that you'll find these dog walks around the Norfolk Coast interesting. There were a few I walked that I crossed off the list as they were just plain boring!
You'll be able to walk:
The paperback version and kindle version have black and white photos, so no glossy colour pictures I'm afraid (!), but these photos above give you a glimpse of what you will see. If you opt for the pdf version, you'll have the photos in colour.Why not take a look at the paperback here.
The book comes in three different formats:
The PDF version is slightly cheaper, has some colour photos in it rather than black and white, and is something you can download onto your laptop or mobile phone.
Covering 16 coastal dog walks, this is a handy little book for exploring the beautiful Norfolk coastline and I very much hope you enjoy it.