The land is so warm we knew it wouldn’t be around for long.
It was quite slippery under the snow as the evening before saw temperatures fall to -3C so treading carefully was necessary.
A group of runners passed us as we made our way up to the watershed, moving quite gingerly. I think i would have worn spikes.
We had layered up expecting it to be a touch chilly but it was warm and windless. Around 0C. Once at the top of our local hill which is a massive 222 metres high the views were good. Walking through the woods is always a pleasure with the sunlight filtering through the trees and plenty of children made use of the slopes for sledging.
So here are a few photo’s of our walk.