In reply to M0ZZO:
As the newly appointed Association Manager of the TW region I can offer the following advice based on my limited experience of operating on 2m FM from TW-002 Cringle Moor and TW-001 Round Hill.
I’ve activated both summits 3 times using a mix of HF, 2m SSB and 2m FM. My last visit to these summits on the weekend of 31st May 2009 yielded 4 QSOs on 2m FM from TW-001 in 20 minutes, so I just scraped in there. On TW-002 I wasn’t so lucky and made only 2 QSOs whilst having my lunch and failed to qualify - my GPS plot shows I was QRV for 20 minutes. I guess it’s a game of chance on the day unless you take a yagi. I was using a VX-170, 5 watts and a half wave vertical rucksack special antenna which I use in the Lakes for WOTA. This set up usually yields QSOs from 2000 foot peaks from the Lake District with stations such as G4BLH and G4ZRP over 50 miles away.
73 and I hope you qualify them both, if I am home I will be able to work you from Pickering, and G3OHC in Selby can usually be relied upon too.