I recently came across this wonderful quote which, I think, perfectly sums-up why so many of us love classic trials:
This little hill, even if it is not the most severe, must come close to being the most beautiful of trials hills. It is a gem in a setting of emerald meadows still awash with floodwater and is topped by a tumbledown village of topaz Cotswold stones. There is no doubt that trials lead motorists to strange places, but to strangely beautiful ones too.
The quote (with my emboldening) is actually from the Autocar report of the 1947 Colmore Trial, referring to Kineton, but delete the reference to the Cotswolds and it could apply to any one of a number of sections that we visit on a regular basis.