Sunday Picture Post: Mousehold Heath

15th October, we bus into Norwich and arrive wonderfully early to walk through uncrowded streets. We’re heading for Mousehold Heath, a (mostly) wooded height that sits above Norwich on the banks of the Wensum. We cut through the cathedral close whence we emerge to this…

St Helen’s “Great Hospital”, Bishopgate, Norwich: 15 Oct 2021

We cross the river at Bishopsgate Bridge and straight away begins the climb

15 Oct 2021

Norwich as seen from St James Hill: 15 Oct 2021

We’re now on the edge of Mousehold Heath, about to venture in

15 Oct 2021

I have featured this free-standing wall before. And I still don’t have the history of it. This is new graffiti, I’ve not seen these hearts before

Love in the Woods: 15 Oct 2021

Someone is keeping an eye on us: 15 Oct 2021

In a clearing, we find Pitch & Putt…

15 Oct 2021

Comprising gravel and sand, it’s no surprise to find over the centuries the heath has been much quarried… resulting in these wonderful hills (yes, we climb them)

15 Oct 2021

Looking up, looking down

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At the heart there is the heathland

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15 Oct 2021

15 Oct 2021

Hope you enjoyed, and managed the climbs with me. Oh, and we found some interesting fungi. But that must wait till Tuesday Treat.

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13 Responses to Sunday Picture Post: Mousehold Heath

  1. Sadje says:

    Looks like a lovely place. Thanks for sharing

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  2. Nope, Not Pam says:

    What a fabulous trail. You have a bit of everything. Love the photos and really looking forward to Tuesday treats 😃

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Dale says:

    That does look like a wonderful hike! Thank you for taking us along. My kind of place 🙂

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