Coddiwomple: “to travel in a purposeful manner towards a vague destination”.
There is a nice feeling standing at 978 metres above sea level on Scafell Pike, England’s highest land point, but there is also a certain charm standing 3 metres below sea level at Holme Fen Posts, England’s lowest land point.
The Great Fen is a special place. As many of you reading this will be aware, both Holme Fen and Whittlesea Mere are Local Geological Sites (LGS), qualifying under all four categories – Scientific, Historical, Educational and Aesthetic. Add Woodwalton Fen, a biological Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), and there isn't really much more that you can ask for when going for a walk. Let's not forget you make the “experience”.