Tuesday, 3 May 2011


3rd May 11, Ingram Valley, 9am

A very interesting and beautiful walk above Ingram valley around the hillforts.

Before we even got going, near the visitor's centre are these lovely stitchwort in the woodland...

...and the River Ingram still has some water in it despite the dry weather of late.

Andesite lava makes up a good part of the Cheviots apart from Cheviot itself which is a granite batholith, The andesite is older, nearly 400 million years old, and here it's displaying its classic pink colouration.

Different shades of green in the freshly leafed trees. There aren't many trees up on the moors so this isn't a typical view.

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