Grand Tours Of Scotland's Rivers

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Grand Tours Of Scotland's Rivers

Paul explores the River Don from its source in the Grampians near Cock Bridge, downstream to Aberdeen. He meets kilted Highlanders, sculptors, eccentrics and bees along the way.

July 2023
Paul Murton sets off downstream to explore Scottish rivers from source to sea.
Seasoned traveller Paul Murton sets off downstream to explore five rivers.
Paul Murton sets off downstream to explore Scottish rivers from source to sea.
From its source in remote Loch Spey, Paul follows the South Esk River to the east coast. He then explores the beautiful and surprising River Ayr.
Paul explores the River Garry, before heading south to walk the lyrical banks of the River Nith in Galloway.
Paul explores the River Spey, encountering golden eagles, a Jacobite fugitive, lumberjacks and salmon fishers along the way.
Series 1
Paul heads to the River Ayr for this Grand Tour. Starting on Hareshaw Hill, he uncovers a legacy of mineral wealth and religious conflict before reaching the Clyde coast.
Paul follows the eastward course of the river South Esk from its source in the hills above Glen Clova to the extraordinary Montrose Basin, and on to the sea.
Paul explores the landscape and history of the River Nith in south west Scotland, from its source in a remote forest to the shining sands of the Solway Firth.
Paul explores the lower reaches of the river Spey - Scotland’s third longest river, famous for its forests, whisky distilleries and salmon - as it flows north towards the coast.
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