Scotland's thriving adventure sports scene - from mountain biking and kayaking, to adventure racing, surfing and mountain marathons.
s2013e7 Part 2: Glen Affric to Tarbat Ness - Adventure Show Special
December 27, 2013
Cameron McNeish describes Scotland's wild places as a 'world-class landscape', and he celebrates this with a new trail linking Iona in the west with Tarbat Ness on the north-east coast. Continuing his journey, Cameron walks the final part of this 250-mile route. Starting in Glen Affric, he travels through some of Scotland's best landscape including Glen Strathfarrar, Strathconon and an ascent of Ben Wyvis. The walk finishes at a Pictish site which has been described as Scotland's best-kept secret, an 8th-century monastic settlement in Easter Ross that was one of the most important artistic and manufacturing centres in Europe.
Cameron McNeish celebrates Scotland's landscape, following a new national trail linking Kirk Yetholm in the Borders with Cape Wrath, the most north-westerly point on the mainland. In the first of two programmes, Cameron walks the southern half of this 470-mile trail, travelling through the rolling hills of the Borders, visiting Edinburgh and entering Scotland's first national park. It is a journey he describes as 'one of the great long distance trails of the world.'.