It’s kinda cold out
Great Langdale is a lovely little spot in Cumbria, at the head of a beautiful valley. I can imagine a winter walk would be gorgeous out here, so somewhere ideal for budding photographers. If you do decide to go when it’s a little colder, you could stop in a luxury yurt or a pod for a more boutique outdoor experience. The range of options means that you’ll still have some indoor luxuries (mainly heating) and be able to experience the outdoors. On an evening, crack open a bottle of wine and enjoy a bit of peace in lovely surroundings!
At this campsite, the icicles hang the branches of pine trees and it’s filled with snaking paths and woods to explore. A real winter wonderland. Setthorns is
I’ve only visited Scotland once, but I was so charmed by my surroundings that I know I have to go back! I’d personally love to bring my camera along and snap around the Highlands. If I were to pick a spot for a little glamping, Glenmore would be high on my list. If you’re looking for snow, this is definitely the place for you. You could try some cross-country skiing, go for a hike, do a little cycling or just enjoy what nature has to offer. For me, a walk or two wouldn’t go amiss – but