It’s unusual to find cliffs on the Norfolk coast as the land is quite flat. Along the path were plentiful wild flowers so typical of the coast and there was much evidence of cliff erosion. The beach was pebbly, so the sound of the sea could be heard well before you reached the cliffs.
This is the entrance to the Norfolk Coastal Path near Sheringham and the acorn on the gate shows it’s one of the national long distance paths. It’s not a bridleway, just for walkers.