This delightful 10 mile walk took us along the narrow ridge of Black Hill in the Black Mountains, with the ground falling away on either side affording magnificent views of the valleys below. Another blustery day - and we are definitely due a less windswept walk - but hey, no rain and some bright sunshine. A mixed group came along from Spartans Explorer Unit, 1st Winscombe and 1st Congresbury Scouts.
The kids of course were in deep conversation most of the route, talking about deep meaningful stuff to complete nonsense. But on arrival at the escarpment we decided to head down to the valley floor to get some respite from the wind and found a drove road winding its way along the contours of the valley back to the minibus. This pleasant sheltered route allowed for lots more chat and finally cocoa and cake before heading back to Congresbury.
Group Scout Leader 1st Congresbury