On our way we passed a couple of groups of youngsters, complete with large packs with bright orange covers. They were Duke of Edinburgh youths doing navigation training. It would appear one or two had strayed a wee bit off their route. However, I am sure they got it all sorted in the end?
We then struck uphill and over to the trig point at Greensheen Hill. A chilly, blustery wind but splendid views out over the bay toward Holy island.
A spot of lunch and we continued on over to Bowden Doors. A splatter of rain driven on a blustery wind failed to daunt us.
From there it was a steady walk back to the car park at Holburn Grange. A pleasant days walking with splendid views all around. Not a lot of mileage, roughly seven and a half to eight miles but enjoyable all the same.