Videos tagged with "walks"
Old Kilpatrick Hills Scotland [01:05]
Douie Baird walks to the Whangie Old Kilpatrick hills
Summerlee. Coatbridge, Scotland. [01:22]
Summerlee - The Museum of Scottish Industrial Life is set in 22 acres based around the site of the nineteenth century Summerlee Ironworks. The museum has many attractions for all the family, including Scotland's only operational heritage tramway and recreated mine, with guided tours, miners' cottages, a great all-ages playpark and lots lots more. Admission is free. After your visit to Summerlee, there's plenty more to see and do in the area. You can walk or cycle along the North Calder Heritage Trail, which starts at Summerlee. Or, for a shorter route, there is the Summerlee to Drumpellier walk and cycleway. The Time Capsule has recently reopened after a multi-million pound overhaul and is a great place to let the kids let off steam with its water chutes and flumes. Drumpellier Country Park is just to the west of Coatbridge town centre and has many walks plus a visitor centre and cafe. Coatbridge is about ten miles from Glasgow.
Woods and Forests © [02:47]
Woods and Forests from various walks in the north of England and the Scottish borders over the last three or four years. I had to look this up but apparently the difference between a wood and a forest is to do with the density, a forest is denser than a wood. Wherever you go stay safe, check the weather, plan ahead, let people know where you are going, take maps & compass with your gps and follow the countryside code. It is best to ask permission to camp outside of official campsites although the law for campers is different in Scotland and England. Music: Enchanted Forest. 89Ford
Coast © [03:56]
Images from various coastal walks mainly in the north of England and southern Scotland. When walking on the coast you need to remain aware of tide times in order to avoid becoming cut off. Wherever you go stay safe, check the weather, plan ahead, let people know where you are going, take maps & compass with your gps and follow the countryside code. It is best to ask permission to camp outside of official campsites although the law for campers is different in Scotland and England. Music: Grieg. Peer Gynt Suite No. 1: Morning Mood
Inverness, Scotland and the Caledonian canal 38108 [11:01]
Inverness, Scotland. Scenery around Inverness. Statue of Flora MacDonald, Great Glen, lochs and Caledonian Canal. Castle and gardens. Loch Ness. Loch Oich, Loch Lochy. Ben Nevis. Loch Eil. A small stone, thatched cottage with a goat wandering outside. Glenfuinan. Loch Shiel and the statue of Prince Charles Edward Stuart. Scotsman is seen riding on horseback. An open air event with Scotsmen in kilts and playing bagpipes. At the event Lord James Murray is wearing his cockade worn by one of his ancestors. Close up of tartan. Lochs and Glens. Culloden Moor where a cairn stands to commemorate the Battle of Culloden. Sheaths of corn stand in field. Heather growing on moor. Stones with clan names - Cameron, Fraser, Mackintosh and Stewart of Appin. Scenery with waterfalls. Falls of Rogie. A close up of a dragonfly. Kyle of Lochalsh and fishing boats. Isle of Skye. Falls of Kilmorack and the Gorge. Old thatched cottages of Ardersier. A young girl walks with a toddler and dog. Another young girl plays on a tricycle. Scenery of the Scottish Highlands.