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Re: The stuff that dreams are made of - high camp Sgurr na S

PostPosted: Sat Aug 10, 2013 9:16 pm
by Lenore
Thanks for the encouragement, silverhill, musicfinder, wilkiemurray and clivegriff! Have got some other great pictures, and will try and post another report soon!

Rocket-Ron and Pollyh33: luckily I'm better at picking camp spots than dancing ;-)

Kevsbald, I'll certainly be hunting for a spot to match this one. Next summer maybe? Any suggestions?

Re: The stuff that dreams are made of - high camp Sgurr na S

PostPosted: Sat Aug 10, 2013 9:18 pm
by Lenore
NickScots wrote:Nice pics. Sometimes the lonley trip is better, you sense more of your surroundings.
High mountain camps are best. You need go pick a still winter night for a high camp next.

What tent is it ?


Winter, that would be awesome though I need to do a winter skills course first and get some more experience. What's your favorite spot?

The tent is a jack wolfskin Gossamer. Great for summer trekking (very light and airy) but coooold in winter.

Re: The stuff that dreams are made of - high camp Sgurr na S

PostPosted: Sat Aug 10, 2013 9:20 pm
by Lenore
ChrisW wrote:wow - absolute stunner Lenore, what a wonderful camp site....and sitting in the stream for half an hour didn't sound too bad either :lol:


It was a great relief after the hot walk up!! :-D

Re: The stuff that dreams are made of - high camp Sgurr na S

PostPosted: Thu Aug 15, 2013 6:57 pm
by NickScots
Lenore wrote:
NickScots wrote:Nice pics. Sometimes the lonley trip is better, you sense more of your surroundings.
High mountain camps are best. You need go pick a still winter night for a high camp next.

What tent is it ?


Winter, that would be awesome though I need to do a winter skills course first and get some more experience. What's your favorite spot?

The tent is a jack wolfskin Gossamer. Great for summer trekking (very light and airy) but coooold in winter.


As high as possible and views/outlooks west and east for sunsets and sunrises