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Ridge Walk

Attraction - Nature reserve

Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire, DN17 1AH, United Kingdom

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Dull November brings the blast,
Then the leaves are falling fast.

The leaves are definitely falling fast now and nearly all the trees are bare. The difference over the last two weeks is marked.

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It is now mid October and the trees are turning colour, although many seem to be losing their leaves before reaching their full glory. There are still a few blackberries around for those with sharp...

I have been doing this walk regularly over the last six months and watching the changes.

The council has cut the verges and the ‘cowslip meadow’, so there are few wild flowers to find now. The...

After the very hot and dry spell, the verges are beginning to look brown and dry. Most of the wild flowers have now set seed and died down, although a few like the bright yellow ragwort are still...

One of the advantages of doing a walk regularly is watching the changes. There are still a few flowers on the blackberries and it looks as if it is going to be a good year for fruit. I must...

This is an update from my previous review written during the first week of May. It is now mid June and I still do teh walk most days.

The hawthorn has finished flowering and you can see the haws...

Ridge Walk is part of a longer walk along the scarp over looking the Trent Valley and is part of a popular walking and cycle trail.

During the coronavirus lockdown, I have been walking the section...