How many butterflies can you and your family count as you walk? Can you see any paragliders taking off? There are also plenty of great coppiced trees for children to explore.
'This hill is hugely popular with local families. On a clear day you can see eight counties from the top and it’s awesome for cycling back down,’ says Rose Roberts, a ranger at Dunstable Downs.
‘We also celebrate Eid, the last day of Ramadan, at the top of the hill. It’s a really fun event with workshops, children’s activities and henna artists.’
Remind the children to take their kites, as windy conditions mean that this is an ideal spot for ticking off number seven on their 50 things list. There is even a kite festival in summer. Or if the weather’s a bit calmer, you can reward hungry walkers with a picnic at the top.