Sunday, May 14, 2006
Ludworth Moor Meander
A big thank you to Steve Cliffe for a most interesting Historic and geological walk over Ludworth Moor on Sunday afternoon.
We were shown firstly the Bronze Age burial mounds, a disused quarry and coal mine. Then retracing our steps, we crossed the road and took the path up to Robin Hood's Picking Rods.
A further climb took us to Combs Rocks and a spectacular view across a Geological crater. We were shown and told about many interesting features on route.
Then a little further to climb, a battle with a fence and we walked along the ridge, then turning right we came full circle back down to the road. Where all seemed ready for refreshments of some kind or other.
The weather was kind to us, and Kath Taylor ended the day by thanking Steve for an enjoyable walk.