Take a hike on the network of pathways under the vast Norfolk skies to the Berney Arms windmill and the remotest railway station in England.
Walk out along the Weaver’s Way, across the vast, sparkling expanse of Halvergate Marshes. It’s an astonishing place, where you’ll feel a thousand miles from anywhere, far away from the hustle and bustle of urban life.
Let the iconic Berney Arms windmill entice you on into the faraway distance. When you get there you’ll find a tiny railway station – the remotest in Britain. If you’re tired, you can actually flag down a train and take the family home – it’s a request stop! Where else in the country can you do that?
You can walk the Broads on long-distance paths, on long or short circular walks and on boardwalks across nature reserves so it really is access all areas.
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