Saturday, 24 July 2004


Fynn Valley Walk

[Llamas near Witnesham]

Distance: 11.6 miles
Ascent: 165 metres
Duration: 3 hours 42 minutes

A slow summer stroll

"Llamas," the notice on the gate near the start of this walk read, "are by their nature very gentle animals." Gentle is how I'd best describe this morning's walk.

The Fynn Valley Walk follows the River Fynn (more a stream really) for ten miles from Witnesham to Woodbridge. (This being Suffolk, it's not really a valley either; more a slight depression.) I took the train to Westerfield, pounded the road up to the start of the walk and then followed the waymarked path.

I really can't tell you much more about it. My brain disengaged and I spent the morning thinking of nothing. Gentle.

This walk could well become a favourite.

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