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Scafell Pike & Great Walks in the Lake District
Life of a Mountain: Scafell Pike & Great Walks in the Lake District, The Wasdale Round (2-DVD Box Set)

LIFE OF A MOUNTAIN: SCAFELL PIKE - A year in the life of England's highest peak
A celebration through the seasons of life on and around the roof of all England. Accompanied by an evocative musical score from Freddiehangoler, Terry Abraham's acclaimed spectacular two hour documentary tells the story of Scafell Pike in the beautiful Lake District through the eyes of the farmers who work the valleys and fells, those who climb the mountain for pleasure and those who try to protect its slopes for future generations.

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GREAT WALKS IN THE LAKE DISTRICT, THE WASDALE ROUND
Join one of Britain's best known hill-walkers, broadcaster, journalist and author CAMERON MCNEISH as he explores the mountains surrounding one of the most stunning valleys in the Lake District.
-Starting at Santon Bridge via Littleground to Buckbarrow, with its unrivalled views of the Wastwater Screes, Cameron walks out to Pillar above the Ennerdale Valley by way of Greendale Tarn. There's the ascent of Gable and walk in to Wasdale Head.
-Climb out to Sty Head and, taking the Corridor Route and Broad Crag to Scafell Pike. From Fox's Tarn Rout to Scafell, drop in to the Coffin Route and return to Wasdale Head.
-On the final day Cameron goes up from the valley to Illgill Head, Whin Rigg and Irton Pike, returning along the top of the Wastwater Screes to the start point at Santon Bridge.
It's one of the most spectacular 3 day high walks in Lakeland which Cameron describes as "one of the truly great walks in Britain". more
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Scafell Pike & The Cairngorms
2-DVD Box Set

LIFE OF A MOUNTAIN: SCAFELL PIKE
A year in the life of England's highest peak is a celebration through the seasons of life on and around the roof of all England. Accompanied by an evocative musical score from Freddiehangoler, Terry Abraham's spectacular two hour documentary tells the story of Scafell Pike in the beautiful Lake District through the eyes of the farmers who work the valleys and fells, those who climb the mountain for pleasure and those who try to protect its slopes for future generations.

Featuring local authors and broadcasters such as David Powell-Thompson and Eric Robson and internationally known mountain men Alan Hinkes and Joss Naylor, the programme was filmed over a twelve month period and follows the seasons on the mountain from spring lambs through to winter snows with Abraham's trademark time lapse images providing the transitions between seasons. Through the contributions of the British Mountaineering Council's Carey Davies and the National Trust the importance of maintaining the landscape quality of England's highest mountain plays a central role in the film which is introduced by the inspirational shepherdess Alison OíNeill. Running time 126 minutes.

THE CAIRNGORMS IN WINTER
A celebration of the UK's largest and highest National Park, The Cairngorms in Winter with Chris Townsend, internationally respected backpacker and author, takes the viewer on a spectacular 96 minute journey through awe inspiring scenery in the heart of Scotland's mountains. From the ancient Caledonian Pine Forests of Glen Feshie to the bleak windswept plateau of Moine Mhor, the film reveals the glens and high mountain of the Cairngorms in the depths of winter like never before. more
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Wild Walks & Wild Walks 2
SCOTLAND - presented by CAMERON MCNEISH
Two DVDs in a box set

The first collection of highly acclaimed "Wild Walks" on BBC Scotland's Adventure Show vividly portrays the diversity of fabulous hillwalking that Scotland has to offer. In the second collection join Cameron McNeish for another series of "Wild Walks" exploring the superb variety of mountain walking that Scotland boasts. There are mountain walks suitable for all ages and experience.

WILD WALKS (DVD)
In this first collection of "Wild Walks", Cameron, one of the UK's best known outdoor commentators, visits
-Hart Fell near the Borders town of Moffat;
-The Cobbler near Arrochar;
-Ben Venue in the Trossachs;
-Bidean nam Bian in Glen Coe;
-Stob Ban in the Mamores;
-The Northern Corries of the Cairngorms;
-Lochnagar on Deeside
-Ben Wyvis in Easter Ross.
-and takes a stroll in the Monadh Liath and Glenlivet.

WILD WALKS 2 (DVD)
In this second collection of "Wild Walks" Cameron visits -
-Buachaille Etive Mor in Glen Coe;
-Ben Starav in Glen Etive;
-Beinn Tianavaig on the Isle of Skye;
-Beinn Alligin in Torridon;
-Schiehallion in highland Perthshire;
-Creag Meagaidh on the Lochaber and Badenoch boundary;
-Stuc an Lochain in Glen Lyon
-and A'Chailleach in the Monadh Liath on snowshoes!

Spectacular photography and great walking. Running time for each DVD approximately 60 minutes. more
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Wainwright’s Coast to Coast Box Set
WAINWRIGHT’S COAST TO COAST WALK with ERIC ROBSON and ALFRED WAINWRIGHT
The Coast to Coast Walk long distance route was devised by Wainwright in 1972 and traversed what AW described as "the grandest territory in the North of England". The walk passes through some of the most beautiful and varied scenery in the country. Two thirds of the route lie within three contrasting National Parks: the rugged mountains and beautiful lakes of the Lake District, the rolling hills and pretty valleys of the Yorkshire Dales and the expansive heather moorland of the North York Moors, with dramatic coastal scenery at each end. Running time approx. 113 mins.

Well known broadcaster, Eric Robson, joins the master fellwalker, Alfred Wainwright, in this classic BBC series and shares the highlights of his 190 mile walk from the Irish Sea at St. Bees Head in the Lake District to Robin Hood's Bay on the North Yorkshire coast.

WAINWRIGHT WALKS COAST TO COAST presented by JULIA BRADBURY
-All six episodes of the hugely popular BBC series in which presenter Julia Bradbury walks coast to coast across the heart of Northern England from the Irish Sea in the West to the shores of the North Sea on the East coast in the footsteps of legendary walker and guidebook writer Alfred Wainwright. Running time approx. 165 mins.

Spectacular photography, good conversation and great walking. A perfect gift. more
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Great Walks: Coniston Range & Northern Fells
2-DVD Box Set presented by STUART MACONIE and narrated by ERIC ROBSON

WAINWRIGHT'S CONISTON RANGE DVD
Award winning television and radio presenter, STUART MACONIE, whose passion is fell walking in the Lakeland mountains, explores the Coniston Range of mountains in the Lake District. Stuart says "As a true Lancastrian, the Coniston Fells have always had a special place in my affections. They were the scene of some of my earliest mountain explorations. They're rugged, spectacular and full of fascinating quirks and corners. Returning to them for this project was like re-visiting old friends."

GREAT WALKS, WAINWRIGHT'S NORTHERN FELLS DVD
When Alfred Wainwright published his Pictorial Guide to the Northern Fells in 1962 he dedicated it "to those who travel alone, the solitary wanderers on the fells who find contentment in the companionship of the mountains and of the creatures of the mountains". Now STUART MACONIE experiences the high, wild expanses of these Northern Fells. Join him on a two day adventure in the hills introduced by ERIC ROBSON, AW's fell walking companion in the award winning BBC series.

Stuart Maconie says of the Northern Fells, "The Northern Fells are my favourite patch of Lakeland, my home turf as it were. Lonely but lovely, austere but charming, an oasis of calm and quiet even on a bank holiday afternoon. This walk takes in both the much loved giants like Skiddaw and Blencathra and remote, atmospheric heights such as Knott and Souther Fell. It's a corner of this stunning part of the world that has everything'.

Spectacular photography, good conversation and great walking. Total running time approx. 155 mins. A perfect gift. more
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Debateable Lands & Walking The Line
A 105 mile exploration of the border between England and Scotland (2 DVD BOX SET)

DEBATEABLE LANDS DVD
- The story of the last corner of Britain to be subdued by authority. The land of the Border Reivers explored by George MacDonald Fraser and Eric Robson. The people who lived here were murderers, arsonists, kidnappers and protection racketeers. They added words such as 'blackmail' and 'bereaved' to the language. In a fashion they were also honourable men.

Armstrong, Elliot, Scott, Maxwell, Johnstone, Croser, Douglas, Crichton, Bell, Irving, Carruthers, Graham, Storey, Musgrave, Little, Hetherington, Charlton Nixon, Hume, Millburn, Ridley, Dacre, Oliver, Henderson, Kerr, Forster, Robinson, Turnbull, Beattie, Routledge, Carleton, Fenwick, Heron, Tait, Young, Grey, Hall, Collingwood, Noble, Yarrow, Laidlaw, Rutherford, Potts. These were among the most notorious Riding Surnames. If your name is on the list you may be closer to the Reivers than you realise. DVD run time 100 mins approx.

WALKING THE LINE DVD
- Alistair Moffat the Scot and Eric Robson the adopted Cumbrian set off to walk the Border Line between England and Scotland. 105 miles from the Solway to Berwick through some of the most spectacular scenery in Britain. Itís been described "as grumpy old men on tour" as they cope with bad weather, impenetrable forest, the high Cheviots and any number of attempts to outdo each other as they re-fight old border battles. Double DVD run time 130 mins approx.

Stunning scenery and good conversation. more
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2DVDREMOT
Wainwright’s Remote Lakeland & Memorial Walk
The spectacular Lake District in a 2-DVD Box Set

THE WAINWRIGHT MEMORIAL WALK DVD
Join ERIC ROBSON as he explores the beautiful Lake District during a lovely summer.

In 1938 pioneering fell-walker and author ALFRED WAINWRIGHT devised a walking tour in the English Lake District. For almost sixty years it was one of Lakeland's best kept secrets, yet in its 102 miles and almost 35,000 feet of ascent it would visit and enjoy every major summit, valley and lake. In AW's memory Eric Robson, his fell-walking companion in the award winning BBC series, has reconstructed the walk in eleven day stages and on the way met many of AW's friends and admirers - among them his widow Betty and biographer Hunter Davies. Running time approx. 105 minutes.

WAINWRIGHT'S REMOTE LAKELAND DVD
ERIC ROBSON (and his sheepdog) explore the beautiful Lake District in great autumn and winter weather and take on one of the greatest long distance walks in Britain - 190 miles and 39,000 feet of ascent in 14 days stages through the spectacular outlying fells of Lakeland.

It's a walk that AW himself could have devised as a way of exploring his beloved remote fells. There's nothing he liked better than solitary days on the hill and this exploration of some of the finest and loneliest parts of Lakeland. Running time approx. 150 minutes.

Stunning aerial photography, good conversation and great walking. more
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Naylor’s Run and Iron Man
introduced by ERIC ROBSON - Two DVDs in a box set

NAYLOR'S RUN DVD featuring the legendary, record breaking, fell runner JOSS NAYLOR
Joss Naylor celebrated his 60th birthday by running the 60 highest peaks in the Lake District - all of them over 2,500 feet high. The run was almost 110 miles and involved nearly 40,000 feet of ascent - the equivalent of running from sea level to the summit of Everest one and a half times non-stop! Follow the pleasures and the pain experienced by Joss on his historic run and glimpse his hardworking life as a shepherd farmer in Wasdale.

A combination of spectacular aerial photography and film crews deployed on the high summits of Lakeland to record the historic run. Running time approximately 38 minutes.

JOSS NAYLOR - IRON MAN
35 miles, 20 Lakeland Peaks, 18,000 feet of ascent in under 15 hours and all at the age of 73!

A film of a unique physical challenge. Joss Naylor, retired shepherd from Wasdale, wanted to celebrate his fifty years of fell running. So on the longest day of the year he set off from Mungrisdale in the northern fells of the Lake District to run home to Greendale in the Wasdale valley.

Three films crews, each of them giving him about 30 years, struggled to keep up with him. Friends and family, fell runners he's competed with over the years and commentators like Richard Askwith, author of Feet in the Clouds, ran with him for part of the way, helped him through the pain barrier. The result is an uplifting and challenging celebration of the achievements of a truly world class athlete. Running time approximately 55 minutes. more
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2DVDSCOTL
Scotland Coast to Coast & End to End
2-DVD BOX SET Presented by Cameron McNeish

SCOTLAND COAST TO COAST DVD
Travel the breadth of Scotland with Cameron McNeish as he walks from Abdereen to Knoydart and climbs the most easterly and westernly Munros on the Scottish mainland. Experience the traverse of the Lairig Ghru through the heart of the Cairngorms and a crossing of the once notorious Corrieyairack Pass between Laggan and Fort Augustus. The walk concludes at Cameron's favourite pub, The Forge, the most remote pub in Britain and a perfect finish to a wonderful walk across the breadth of Scotland.
Running time 60 mins approx.


SCOTLAND END TO END DVD
This double DVD of two original BBC television programmes features Scotland's only end to end walking route. From Kirk Yetholm in the Scottish Borders to Cape Wrath the 470 miles Gore-Tex Scottish National Trail looks set to become one of the world's iconic long distance walking routes portraying the incredible diversity of landscapes that Scotland has to offer. This wonderful new walk not only connects these landscapes into one long end-to-end journey but also reminds us of the history, wildlife and folklore of those landscapes.
Running time 120 mins. approx.

Spectacular photography, good conversation and great walking. A perfect gift. more
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