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Message posted by janus31/3/2014 at 7:50pm
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Quote: Originally posted by Fiona W on 31/3/2014
If you push, you can get up to South Scotland in a onner - we got from Cotswolds to Ayrshire in 8 hours, or was it 10. So you couldhave your first night (or two)at C&CC site at Moffat - worse places to start a tour. And I think the logic then, as you're already on the west side, is up the west coastand down the east coast or down the centre.Bypassing Dumfries & Galloway, as suggested, leaves it quieter for the rest of us! We have done Ullapool to Ayrshire in one day including lunch at Loch Morlich, Aviemore. But pottering is best - stop longer where you like the scenery, and when you come to a junction, follow the sun and head in the opposite direction to the clouds. In May, you should avoid the worst of the midges.




South Somerset to Moffat is doable but hard work at nigh on 400miles. It depends if time is an issue. Doing the just short of 300 miles to kendal gets rid of all the boring stuff and is far enough to be reasonablly easy. Then allowing your holiday to start and taking time to travel and admire the views as you move ever further North by doing an average of just over a hundred mikes a day makes for relaxing holidays.


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