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Now come on, lets try a bit harder Even the howgills won't be abandoned and Ambleside surely going to be rather annoying.
Some of the open access land in Bowland (Burn moor say) perhaps. Sundry North pennine places liable to be utterly abandoned, or Mallerstang slightly further S. Huge swathes of southern uplands in Scotland, a lot of stuff in far southern Snowdonia rather more obscure than Cadair still well worth it etc etc.
Well tonight I'm looking for a good camp spot above Borrowdale somewhere I can get to quickly as I will be up there late. Then a nice wander around and home friday night. With luck before the hordes arrive properly. Then off to family saturday and back to a more quiet part of Lakes Sunday and again Monday. That way I think I will miss the hordes but still get a bit in the popular areas.
Paddy - most of us can't do that. Go out at the quiet times. Guess you have to be self employed, retired or lucky for that. Must admit it is starting to grate when my parents tell me they have only pottered around the house on the weekends because its too busy then but they do stuff in the week instead.
One area to avoid is the south-eastern section of Forest Fawr
If you're in the Beacons, head for the Black Mountain (Mynydd Du) in the western part of the National Park.
Metric Kate wrote (see)
One area to avoid is the south-eastern section of Forest Fawr If you're in the Beacons, head for the Black Mountain (Mynydd Du) in the western part of the National Park.
or go to the eastern part of the Beacons (Black Mountains) instead
I am heading for Plynlimon next weekend
Good choice V-H
still fairly quiet
for the discerning amongst us
Imperial Dave wrote (see)
one or 2 malicious fires being started around the Brecon Beacons and surrounding areas at the mo.....
Stayed out of the sun, like every bald Englishman should.
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