http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b015mqp2

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b015mqp2
Paleolithic rock shelter.

Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Bedgebury Pinetum & Bedgebury Forest






























As you can see,a little wintery,
about 0 degrees C
and a raw north wind blowing.
It's Bedgebury national Pinetum which is connected to Bedgebury Forest and with the new visitor centre and Caff,and bike hire,makes a good day out.We parked after sliding out of control towards a road sign,and obtained a map from the centre.It was very easy to follow,and used in conjuction with the excellent waymarker posts made the navigator's job a very easy one for once.All the trails/tracks are crushed stone and it was a joy to be mud-free.We covered about 8 miles by combining two of the walks.
We called in at an Inn at Linton on the way back but the prices were a bit pretentious,so we revved up and......
We will definitely visit here again as it's a bit of a doddle,and not much in the way of steep hills.

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