I often dream about living in Blyth, a village in Worksop, and have done ever since we drove through it to get somewhere else and I spotted the delightful cottages and cosy pubs. We decided to make Blyth the location of our next walk so off we went on Saturday, parking up on the high street to start our trail.
I can often be found on Rightmove trawling through the house listings so we did have a cheeky peek at a house that's for sale, that we fell in love with a while ago, while we were passing. Yep, still love it!
Anyway, the walk we found online was roughly about 3.5 miles and was a "moderate" level but I'd say it was fairly easy. No steep hills, just the odd stile to climb over. It was nowhere near as strenuous as our walk at Rother Valley last weekend, but that might be something to do with stopping every few minutes to take photos...)
It was so quiet and peaceful with stunning scenery all around us. Apart from a couple of dog walkers and a lady out walking on her own we didn't see any other people.
Our walk took us towards Hodsock Priory (somewhere I really wanted to visit to see the snowdrops and bluebells but we missed the season!), past fields of horses, down a path lined with beautiful trees and through fields of bright rapeseed crops.
I do love to explore new places. It was a great use of a Saturday morning! Where to next?! :)