The Cat's Back, Herefordshire, England
If you like to be in the middle of nowhere then this is for you. This part of Herefordshire is sparsely populated and the roads are narrow and winding. The Cat's Back is a popular name for a ridge on Black Hill, part of the Black Mountains, in Herefordshire about 6 miles south-east of Hay-on-Wye. Conveniently there is a small car park at the start of this walk which may take up to about 10 cars.
The walk is technically undemanding although quite steep in places but once you reach the ridge it's no longer steep. The pictures below were taken in sequence starting from the car park. Most people aim for the Trigonometry Point on Black Hill, we didn't manage to reach that this time, or perhaps the point at which it joins Offa's Dyke Path or even Hay Bluff. The choice is yours. I think that if I can do some of this walk at the age of 86 then you will probably find it easy.
When we stopped for a rest on the ridge we could hear two cuckoos calling; one in each of the valleys on either side of us. Wonderful!