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I was brought up in a village nearby and remember fondly the many afternoons we'd spend walking along the river bank when we were all little and then later with the dog. One of the few places you can really feel at peace!
My husband and I had a lovely time visiting The Wash, going part way along the Peter Scott walk. Sadly though it was low tide and a bit rainy and we didn't see the sea. But it was very peaceful and we saw lots of...More
A very very long walk along the set Peter Scott trail. Walked for two hours without seeing much apart from some hovering kestrels (the highlight of the walk). The car park in King's lynn by the ferry terminal is so far away that you walk...More
Certainly the walk along the banks of The Wash is worth undertaking. A car park is available for those that do not walk to walk along the road leading to it. The two windmills either side are beautiful and the walk along, from the lighthouse...More
i have the joy of living near this marsh it's beauty is vastly unappreciated, but the wildlife knows its worth. i love walking here to blow away the cobwebs and get back to enjoying the simplicity and beauty of nature
The Wash is a must for bird watching. The area is huge with spectacular views over the wash coast. Car parking is available and footpaths are well marked. Dogs are allowed but on a lead and bins are available for you dog bags. Please use...More
Walked the Peter Scott Walk from Sutton Bridge to Kings Lynn. Wonderful walk. Saw plenty of birds, mainly Egrets, Marsh Harriers hunting. Spotted 6 species of Mushroom. Lots of boats coming out of the Port of Kings Lynn. I would certainly recommend it to anybody,...More