For anyone who thinks Norfolk is flat, this is a ride many locals head for to get some hill training.
The Sheringham Ridge is a glacial feature extending from Mundesley on the coast in the east and runs west, parallel along the coast past Cromer and Sheringham continuing then inland to Holt and rises up to 100m in places.
We start our ride at Weybourne station as a steam train stops at the platform and head up our first climb soon to drop back onto the coast road and past the lovely cobbled cottages of Upper Sheringham and climb our second hill. Once again, dropping back to sea level only to climb our third climb at Beacon Hill (Official UK Climbs #125). Our final descent to East Runton and a cliff top ride to our finish at Cromer overlooking the pier.