Around Brown Clee

Sunday 10 April: We don’t need to visit the summit, though at the highest point of this roughly circular walk, we’re barely 100 feet below it, and no more than 400 yards away. It’s a hazy day, so the views aren’t spectacular, but they’re pleasant and extensive in all directions (and despite the haze, we can make out the top of Pen-y-Fan in the Brecon Beacons, 55 miles distant). It’s a fine and bright Sunday afternoon, but there’s hardly anyone else around – the number of fellow wanderers we encountered didn’t reach double figures.

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