Roads Less Travelled: 2-DVD Box Set


Sutherland, Caithness & Orkney and The West Highlands with Cameron McNeish

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2-DVD BOX SET: ROADS LESS TRAVELLED - Sutherland, Caithness & Orkney and The West Highlands with Cameron McNeish

Roads Less Travelled - Sutherland, Caithness & Orkney DVD
Join Scotland’s best known outdoors man, Cameron McNeish, as he undertakes a spectacular a 150 mile journey for the hugely successful BBC series Roads Less Travelled.

Cameron travels through some of the least visited parts of Scotland from the southern end of Sutherland to the northern tip of the Orkney islands. Journeying on foot, by bike and with his beloved camper van, beginning his trip in the cathedral town of Dornoch before heading up the eastern coast and into the remote flow country of Caithness. Later Cameron celebrates what he triumphantly calls our ‘world class landscape’ as he explores less known aspects of six Orkney Islands. His guests include those whose families have lived here for generations to relative newcomers who have made the journey north to become part of a vibrant community.


Roads Less Travelled: The West Highlands DVD
Cameron McNeish celebrates the best of Scotland with a spectacular route through the West Highlands. This is slow Scotland at its very best - his home is a campervan and he’ll be walking, cycling and paddling through some hidden gems of the west coast. Along the way he meets a variety of guests who are passionate about this evocative part of Scotland.

Cameron’s journey starts 20 miles south of Oban, visits three stunning islands; explores the grandeur of Glencoe and the rugged Moidart Peninsula before taking to the water at Arisaig for a paddle round the dozens of skerries that make this part of the west coast so distinctive. Continuing his journey north, Cameron’s route takes in a succession of dramatic landscapes – there’s the sheer grandeur of the Kintail mountains; the magnificent coastline around Torridon; the beauty and mystery of Loch Maree and the isolated Melvaig Peninsula, before journey’s end high above Ullapool.

Total running time approximately 240 minutes.

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