Posts By: Emma

Euan – Our website creator

In recognition of all his hard work, I have added Euan to our list of committee members for a time. Euan is the creator of our website, and while no longer on the committee he is an all round generally helpful person, and guide to all things web site administratory! Aka Mr S Claus the bringer of… Read more »

We are on Facebook

Hike Norfolk has a Facebook page. Visit us for pictures of our recent walks, trips and social events. And anything that interests our members!

The Ramblers Festival of Winter Walks

You might be interested in the Ramblers Festival of Winter Walks. One free walk each day 19 December to 3 January. To get the details of the different walks all you have to do is register on the Ramblers web site.

Want to lead a walk but can’t find a route?

Do you want to lead a walk but you can’t find a route, or you just want to get some inspiration? Why not register on the Ramblers website and have a search amongst the 2500 walk descriptions and maps listed on there? All you need is your Ramblers membership number.

Walks with other Ramblers groups

If you are travelling through the country and fancy meeting up with another group and going for a walk, there is a dedicated search page on the Ramblers web site.

Norfolk Area Ramblers

A Norfolk Area Ramblers dedicated page on the Ramblers website as well as the Norfolk Area Ramblers own website. You can find out more about the different Norfolk groups as well as the latest events and walks. There is so much happening in Norfolk you could find something do most weekends!

Volunteer for the Ramblers

Ever wanted to do more to support the Ramblers than be a HN member and lead or go on walks? There is a great deal of information on the Ramblers web site about how you can get involved.

England Coast Path Funding Protected

News piece from the Ramblers web site – 1 December 2015 “Today we’re celebrating the government’s confirmation that funding to complete the England Coast Path by 2020 will be protected, despite recently announced reductions to the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs’ (DEFRA) budget. Chancellor George Osborne presented his Autumn Statement last week, detailing… Read more »