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Thursday, 30 August 2018

Runton and Incleborough Hill Walk Sumary

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Short circular walk over Incleborough Hill in North Norfolk

Incleborough Hill stands above the villages of East and West Runton on the North Norfolk Coast. At 260 feet in height and covered with low level gorse bushes it provides magnificent unobstructed views across the coast from Cromer to Sheringhamm and beyond. One cannot help but be impressed and in awe at the sight.

The walk is not arduous and apart from a short climb up steps it is achievable by most able bodied folk. The return is down a much gentler slope to West Runton and to the coast to follow the Norfolk Coast path back to East Runton.

NOTE

This is a walk summary intended to provide the user with just the essential information in order to navigate the walk route. Fully detailed information notes, refreshment stops and walk features are not included in this. A full write up will be included in the near future.

East Runton to West Runton Walk - Essential Information

Walk Statistics:

Start point
East Runton View in OS Map | View in Google Map
End Point
West Runton View in OS Map | View in Google Map
Total Walk distance
3.0 miles
Walk difficulty
easy
Terrain
Footpaths, tracks.
Obstacles
There is a short yet fairly steep climb up steps to the top of the hill

Maps:

The following maps and services can assist in navigating this route. The links include published hard copy as well as online plots and downloadable GPX route data for importing into navigational software and apps.

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map
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Online Ordnance Survey Route
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Online OpenStreetMap Route
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Online Google Route
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ViewRanger App Route
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GPX data for route (download)

Details of Accommodation used when performing this walk

Accommodation:

Woodhill Park CampsiteView in OS Map | View in Google Map
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Description
Located on the clifftops at East Runton, half way between Sheringham and Cromer, this highly recommended touring site is ideal for exploring North Norfolk with public transport available to many destinations from the entrance to the site.

Walk Data

Date of Walk
2017-12-30
Walk Time
10:00 to 12:00
Walkers
Griffmonster, Kat
Weather Conditions
Clear blue skies

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