Videos tagged with "wild camping"
Wild camping in Scotland Trip [09:33]
I planned a week with Dave and Paul but came home after dog was suffering from the cold and the weather was to turn very wet but only for the afternoon, 1 wild camp and 1 at a campsite read the full report at paulswildcampingcom
wild camping Tim and Mandy Leech Scotland [06:16]
wild camping ben nevis trango tent north face
Competitive Camping Holidays [06:16]
Celebrating 10 years of CCH. A small Idea that turned into a wild camping phenomenon. Heres to many more Adventures in Scotland.
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The Beginning of an Epic Adventure [06:17]
This is the first video from my recent 7 day camping trip to Scotland with Friz020. The first and final night, we stayed in hotels, this is due to anti-wild camping laws in the UK and it was just easier that way. We rushed getting up to Scotland so there's not a lot of footage, and sorry about the final bit being hard to hear, I might annotate it, we'll see. Music is Bumble by Hungry Lucy - Creative Commons.
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Balquhidder Glen - Loch Voil [02:15]
Balquhidder, properly known as 'The Kirktoun of Balquhidder' is located in Balquhidder Glen about two miles west of the A84 at King's House Hotel north of Strathyre. This single track road requiring some care will prevent the driver from enjoying the lovely scenery and views whilst travelling the two miles to Kirktoun of Balquhidder. A high point in the oad just before the Kirktoun affords a wonderful view past the village and over Loch Voil toward the distant head of the glen. The public road extends a further 6 miles past Lochs Voil and Doine before ending at a small picnic area at Inverlochlarig. Things to see The road passes the MacGregor Mausoleum on the left about one mile from King's House Hotel - it is often mistaken for a derilict church. At Kirktoun of Balquhidder the ruins of an ancient church and its 19th century replacement grace the burial place of Rob Roy MadGregor, his wife and two sons. On a side road beyond the kirk a hump back bridge affords spectacular views to the west over loch Voil. A careful drive along the glen beyond the village provides lochside snenery and the occasional picnic spot beside the loch although parking is usually difficult as property owners have often blocked access with large boulders to prevent wild camping. Things to do At The Kirktoun, park at the old church to see Rob Roy's Grave then take the pathway behind the later church and follow up the hill to take a path on the right leading to a viewpoint at the Clach na Tuirk at the ...
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