Quote Originally Posted by batwister View Post
Around the Keswick area in Cumbria before the end of the month hopefully. Pembrokeshire is a plan too. Then Cairngorms - but it's getting to that time of year where Scotland might be a bit of a gamble with the weather. The places I've chosen are relatively close to campsites, as a fallback plan. But just trying it out locally first.
Be _very_ careful with the Cairngorms at this time of year.

At over 4000 feet, the weather can change dramatically on the Cairngorm plateau in 30 minutes and I've seen snow in July.

This is not like the Lake district (fine though it is); the climate on the Cairngorm plateau can best be described as sub-arctic.

My late father, a very experienced hillwalker introduced me to these mountains in my teens so I have great affection for them.

But they're deceptively undramatic from ground level so for the above reasons, not for the inexperienced.

Having said all that, I wish you well with your journeys and look forward to seeing your images.