Friday, 23 December 2011

Crook Peak

Yesterday was a dry day and my day off this week so we went to breath some fresh air and get away from phones and screens and computers for an hour or so.  Inspired after reading Bear Grylls' account of climbing Everest, we set out.  Crook Peak is the hill near Weston Super Mare that you see on the left as you pass by on the M5.  Good to get out. 

Only 191 feet tall (and we parked part way up as it was) but the walk was rather spoiled by the thought in the back of my mind that each section of the Cotswold way would be five or six times further.  

The light was pretty hopeless and this was the best I could do. 

1 comment:

  1. Glad to hear your assault on Mount Crook Peak was successful and you made it back to base camp without any signs of frost bite.

    Bob Brown, Whitstable