Videos tagged with "walk"
orange walk glasgow 2012 part 1 [02:01]
East Scotland Orange Order Parade Whitburn 2012 Part 3by caledonian111 2070 views; 347. Watch Later Glasgow Orange Walk July 7th 2012 Part 1by ... Central Scotland Orange Order Parade Stirling 2012 Part 1by caledonian111 2565 views; 612. Watch Later orange walkglasgow july 2011by ... ORANGEMEN & WOMEN FROM THE NORTHLIVERPOOL & SCOTLAND MARCHING DOWN PARK LANE ON 160612by CLOONAGH 10012 views; 209. Watch Later Glasgow Orange Walk July 7th 2012by ...
Kilwinning Walk 2012 [36:11]
Saturday 30th June 2012 saw the Ayrshire, Renfrewshire and Argyll big walk take place in Kilwinning, Ayrshire. This was a really great parade with low key po...
Glenshee, takes its name from the Gaelic 'Glen of the Fairies'. The ski centre straddles the Perthshire-Aberdeenshire boundary and is located at the top of one of the highest roads in the UK. Glenshee Ski Centre is the largest ski resort in Scotland and is sometimes referred to as the Scottish three valleys. It covers an area of more than 2000 acres extending across four mountains and three valleys and boasting 21 lifts and tows. Glenshee offers a choice of 36 runs comprising 40 kms of pisted snow. The longest single run, Glas Maol, extends to a fantastic 2 kms of skiing. A great area for walking as well, with many Munros in the area, made a lot easier by the fact that the road is at a height of 2000ft!
Birks Of Aberfeldy Perthshire Scotland [01:18]
Tour Scotland video of photographs of the Birks of Aberfeldy on a visit to Highland Perthshire. This is a popular Woodland walk by the town of Aberfeldy. The Birks of Aberfeldy is also a song lyric written for a pre existing melody in 1787 by Robert Burns. He was inspired to write it by the Falls of Moness and the birch trees of Aberfeldy during a tour of the Scottish Highlands with his friend William Nicol. Now simmer blinks on flow'ry braes, And o'er the crystal streamlet plays, Come, let us spend the lightsome days In the birks of Aberfeldy Bonnie lassie, will ye go, will ye go, will ye go, Bonnie lassie, will ye go To the birks of Aberfeldy? The little birdies blithely sing, While o'er their heads the hazels hing; Or lightly flit on wanton wing In the birks of Aberfeldy! The braes ascend like lofty wa's, The foaming stream, deep-roaring, fa's, O'er-hung wi'fragrant spreading shaws, The birks of Aberfeldy. The hoary cliffs are crown'd wi'flowers, White o'er the linns the burnie pours, And, rising, weets wi' misty showers The birks of Aberfeldy. Let fortune's gifts at random flee, They ne'er shall draw a wish frae me, Supremely blest wi' love and thee In the Birks of Aberfeldy A small selection of my personal photographs shot on small group tours of Scotland.
Old Kilpatrick Hills Scotland [01:05]
Douie Baird walks to the Whangie Old Kilpatrick hills