Croft Hill Beavers Explore

Croft Hill stands 128m high in a largely flat area of Leicestershire. The Hill provides a number of habitats including broad-leaved woodland, scrub land, acidic grassland and two other distinct areas of grassland. The site has been a SSSI since 1956 and forms a natural focus of the passage of spring and autumn birds. It has a good system of paths.


The Beavers had a great evening exploring the area and having a mini pick nick halfway around. They even decided to climb the hill twice!


Some great views into the quarry and across Leicestershire.



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