Two Norfolk country locations have been named among the best places for an autumn walk in the country.

Blakeney Point and Snettisham were named by Country Living as some of the most picturesque routes to see wildlife and enjoy the changing seasons.

Eastern Daily Press: Seals on Blakeney PointSeals on Blakeney Point (Image: © Archant Norfolk 2013)

The RSPB Snettisham reserve is home to a 'whirling wader spectacle' where 40,000 pink-footed geese arrived from Iceland and Greenland in mid-October.

Blakeney is also famed for its wildlife and is home to one of the UK's largest grey seal colonies which give birth to pups every October.

Eastern Daily Press: The Snettisham spectacularThe Snettisham spectacular (Image: © ARCHANT NORFOLK 2016)

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Nikki Williams, director of campaigning and communities at The Wildlife Trust, said: "Autumn brings with it an array of unique wildlife spectacles and there has never been a better moment to get outside and experience the magic of our changing seasons here in Britain."

Author Sarah Barratt recommends a route starting from the Norfolk Wildlife Trust in Blakeney.

Visitors can walk along the four-mile spit to sand dunes near the Lifeboat House which makes a great viewpoint for the seal pups.