we are going to be in scotland in a few days time, and untill the 19th of august we will be using the C&CC's temporary holiday sites, but it seems they all finish in scotland around that date, and no more till september, except a few near the southern bit of scotland, we'll be around stirling on the 19th, as sam wants to go to doune castle (monty python fans will know about it, i'll get her a pair of coconut halfs for her birthday so she can do the walk upto the castle properly ) Anyhoo, after that we'd like to head further into soctland, fort william, caingorms and that, but having a flick through the C&CC big sites book, the CS's up there seem very expensive, averaging 15 quid a night, which is more than we can afford (just paid £39 for 6 nights at the York THS, and paid a tenner for 2 nights at the one at hartlepool were on now) Does the CC do these temporary sites? or any other club? are the CC's CL's any cheaper for the middle of scotland? i like to pay 5 to 7 quid a night, dont want owt fancy, somewhere fairly level to park up, we last a week on our water tanks, and indefinately on the batteries and solar panels, i'm not aversed to wild camping, do it when abroad all the time, and i know wild camping is allowed in scotland, so normaly i'd not worry, just pull up somewhere nice out of the way for a night or 2, BUT this time we have the smart car on a trailer, so i think we may be pushing it to stop in a layby on a minor road, offload the smartie to go sight seeing, coming back to the van a few times during the day to check on the ratties etc. so anyone know if there are out of the way wild camping spots from fort william upto the caingorms? sort of down logging roads that you are allowed to drive down, somewhere we wont cause any problems?