Thanks for the replies and links. I just feel it's important to do something meaningful and not have a speaker who had never met the deceased. So if words have to be said they should be said sincerely.
I have been to several humanist services and was very impressed with one youngish chap, and his reasons for doing that job, but just feel it's wrong.
Dez - I have been reading about that place! Trust you though!
I have also come across (when riding naturally) a lovely little place in the middle of nowhere. That is quite appealing.
When my dog died, my family had a little service and we scattered her ashes in an area where she had so many happy walks.
TJ - it does help to have wishes known and a Scottish mountain sounds very moving.