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Turf Fen & How Hill, Norfolk Broads

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How Hill is a Nature Reserve located on the River Ant on the Norfolk Broads. Located at this location are three drainage mills they include, Turf Fen, Boardman's Drainage Mill and Clayrack Drainage Mill.

As well as windpumps this location is also excellent for nature with water trails taking up to 6 people on a 50 minute trip through the dykes and marshes with a silent electric boat.

There are also a number of land nature trails taking you through meadows and woodland.

Summer is a good time of the year to visit this location for wildlife whereas winter is best to take pictures of the mills.

As this area is popular with holiday makers on boats the end of October to March is the best time to capture images of Turf Fen without boats being moored up in front of the mill.

How Hill Nature reserve is signposted from the A1062, the easiest way to reach it is to join the A1062 at Wroxham and then head on the A1062, shortly after Ludham Bridge you will see How Hill signposted, turn left and follow the signposts.

Turf Fen & How Hill, Norfolk Broads Images

The sun sets behind Turf Fen and the sun is in the best place between Oct - Feb.
Turf is the only brick built mill at How Hill, the other mills are timber frame.
Broadmans Drainage Mill is hard to capture due to its location so a wide angle lens is essential if you want to include the whole mill in the str

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