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  1. Best practice: The Annual Norwegian Walking Festival

    The Annual Norwegian Walking Festival is a successful example of public private partnership working together to capitalise on the special qualities of the region of Nordmore to promote public health, encourage local economy and establish sustainable tourism as a philosophy.
    Walking on water
    Girl walking across the brook
  2. Walking festival in North Jutland (DK)

    The annual walking festivals in October in North Jutland (DK) have been boosting with interesting walks.
    Walking festival in North Jutland (DK)
  3. The Annual Norwegian Walking Festival

    The annual Norwegian Walking Festival invites everyone to come walk with them in the stunning region of Nordmore this August!
    Enjoy the moment!
    Girl walking across the brook
  4. Structure of Walking Paths Zeeland (NL)

    The Province of Zeeland, the Stichting Landschapsbeheer Zeeland (foudation for landscape management) and the Route Bureau Zeeland are developing a network of walking routes in Zeeland. It will be an opportunity for all kinds of people to go out and see, learn and experience more of the historical elements and landscape of this countryside. So, while walking they enjoy the fresh air, watch the birds in the sky and learn about the cultural heritage at the same time. Moreover, this situation has great social effects. Local people are more involved in the management, get enthousiastic and take people out to discover their own region and history.
  5. Coast Alive! Celebrates North Sea Trail Day; 4 September 2011

    The 4th of September will see the celebration of North Sea Trail Day.
  6. Circular Walks in Cromer and Sheringham, Norfolk (UK)

    This booklet has 15 walks that uncover some real jewels of the North Norfolk Coast; from the fascinating remains of World War Two structures to Sheringham Park with its rolling parkland; from the cliffs at Weybourne and Overstrand to Beeston Bump, a glacial moraine with fantastic views over the headland; or the Roman Camp at Beacon Hill, the highest point in Norfolk to which it is possible to walk from sea-level.
    Health, Heritage & Biodiversity Walks in Cromer & Sheringham, Norfolk (UK)
    Norfolk Health, Heritage & Biodiversity Walks (Cromer & Sheringham Edition)
  7. Circular Walks in Fakenham and Wells, Norfolk (UK)

    This booklet contains 12 walks based around Fakenham and Wells, two towns at the heart of the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
    Health, Heritage & Biodiversity Walks in Fakenham & Wells, Norfolk (UK)
    Norfolk Health, Heritage & Biodiversity Walks (Fakenham & Wells Edition)
  8. Circular Walks in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk (UK)

    This booklet contains 11 walks that really highlight the individuality of Great Yarmouth (Norfolk, UK) and its surrounding Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
    Health, Heritage & Biodiversity Walks in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk (UK)
    Norfolk Health, Heritage & Biodiversity Walks (Great Yarmough Edition)
  9. Circular Walks in King's Lynn, Norfolk (UK)

    Norfolk County Council (UK) have launched a booklet of 12 walks which really capture the diverse landscape and rich heritage of the West Norfolk coast.
    Health, Heritage and Biodiversity Walks in King's Lynn, Norfolk (UK)
    Norfolk Health, Heritage & Biodiversity Walks (King's Lynn Edition)

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