Today was a lovely day, sunny and bright and er, well, warm. We drove to Box Hill and walked a circuit of 11 miles, mostly in woodland, with a few steep climbs.
We started at the Box hill trig point:
As we walked through the woods we saw lots of these lovely white flowers. I don't know what they are!
And though the trees a patch of sunlight with bluebells.
This bridge carried a railway over the track.
And even more bluebells on Ranmore Common:
Fronds of bracken uncurling:
These flowers look like rape but they were actually buttercups!
Another church, also in Mickleham, this time with a round tower.
The last part of the walk was mainly uphill, which was quite demanding after 9 miles, but we made it!