Bag the top in The Broads National Park, England
The Broads National Park is the area of Norfolk and Suffolk that lies within the boundary of The Broads National Park.
The Broads are a network of seven mostly navigable rivers and 63 lakes (known locally as broads) covering an area of 303 km² (117 sq mi) with over 200 km (120 mi) of navigable waterways.
Although the terms Norfolk Broads and Suffolk Broads are used to identify specific areas within the two counties respectively, the whole area is often (erroneously) referred to as the 'Norfolk Broads'. The main settlements are: Horning, Wroxham, Ludham, Ranworth, Coltishall, Beccles and Reedham.
While there are lots of great waterside walks in The Broads the rather flat landscape means there is no scope for Peak Bagging in the area. We include The Broads on these pages for those of you who wish to reach the highest point in all 15 of the National Parks in the UK (you know who you are).>
There is 1 'top' to walk up, bag and conquer which is called Strumpshaw Hill and the area includes:
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with a Trig Point on or near the top