Will you be driving?
If you give me more details I will help you
Are you wanting to be taken around the Lakes on a guided Tour in a small bus?
Just tell me more and there will be lots of advice
Thank youEdited: 20 March 2012, 22:39
thanks a lot!
What do you mean bump?
Bump is someone's way of updating your question so it gets to the top of the forum again.
For six days you could stay pretty much anywhere. For picturesque villages add the following to your list:
Arnside, Cockermouth, Cartmel, Grasmere, Hawkshead, Elterwater, Pooley Bridge. (Arnside and Cockermouth are technically outside the Lake District but still worth visiting.) The main towns of Windermere, Ambleside and Keswick may also be of interest.
For driving/scenery consider the following.
Wrynose Pass/Hardknott Pass/Wastwater
Honister Pass towards Lorton Valley
Ullswater (eastern side towards Martindale)
Main A66 road from M6 to Cockermouth (laybys available to park and take pictures)
I'm sure there will be lots of other suggestions too. If you have any further preferences let us know - I could look at putting together a driving itinerary for you.
"What do you mean bump?"
Your post was slipping down the pages (already on page 2) and no one had answered your question, "bump" is a way of getting the post to the top of page 1 again, before it disappears into a cyber black hole. :-)
thanks, you are very kind, now I search the internet to see the places recommended
pepperwhitemini places that you has recommended are just what I want, I love the small villages with stone houses and the landscapes seem beautiful.
Would you help me to put down a route considering the arrival in Leeds at 12 a.m. on Friday and departure on Friday at 6 am 7 nigiht later ? I dont' want a tour too exhausting and I'm scared of the dangerous roads (with overhangs, etc.)
Do you think I can see a little bit of Scotland .... or is it impossible?
Help me again please.......
Leuca mentioned the possibility of a bus tour - if you are not wanting to drive roads which are a little tricky then it might be worth considering a tour by Mountain Goat - they have a tour bus which follows some of the tricky routes. (Of the passes I mentioned only the Wrynose and Hardknott Passes have overhangs and steep gradients).
If you allow 3 days/4 nights in the Lake District you could do a brief visit to Scotland as well but I don't think you'd be able to include the Highlands. Which airport are you flying out from when you finish?
Hi pepperwhitemini, thank you ...
The idea of visit the Yorkshire is interesting ....do you recommend me anything in particular?
Sorry for my little english