Five new walking and cycling trails have opened across Norfolk in tribute to Queen Elizabeth.

The new trails have been created to reach all corners of Norfolk, encompassing all our landscapes including the coast, woodland and agriculture.

They were set up by the Norfolk Lieutenancy’s Platinum Jubilee organising committee, combining rights of way with new areas to open up the countryside.

Here are the five new walking and cycling trails which opened on Thursday.

1. The Elizabeth Way

Running from Heacham to King's Lynn, this 15.8-mile trail takes you through Snettisham, Sandringham Estate and Castle Rising.

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Along the way, there are seals, gulls, hedgerows, wetlands and forests to explore.

2. The Wendling Way

This trail is 3.2 miles from Dereham to Gressenhall with a focus on the Victorian workhouse museum.

There are views such as the conservation site Rush Meadow, rewilding site Wendling Beck and the Gressenhall farm.

3. The Eastern Maritime Way

Running from Great Yarmouth to Lowestoft, this 12-mile trail has views including the Ice House, two church ruins and the UK's most easterly point.

The trail takes you through Gorleston, Hopton, Corton and into Lowestoft.

Watton & Swaffham Times: Part of Eastern Maritime Way in GorlestonPart of Eastern Maritime Way in Gorleston (Image: Norfolk County Council)

4. Chet River Circular

This trail is 2.2 miles in a circular route from Chedgrave and Loddon by the River Chet and across meadows and paddocks.

There are views of dragonflies, weeping willows, kingfishers, cattle grazing and marsh harriers.

5. The West Acre Way

Running from Gayton to West Acre, this 7.5-mile trail takes you past East Walton on country lanes and boardwalks.

Along the way, there are White Park Cattle, Exmoor Ponies, and Iron Age Pigs as well as priory ruins and rewilding areas.

More information about each of the trails, including parking and accessibility, is available on the Platinum Jubilee website.