As well as the hills, visit the mountain bike trails at Ae Forest, the ancient standing stones of Mackrie Moor on Arran and the borders market town of Moffat

  • Stunning view of the mountain landscapes
  • Commentary and interviews about the region's history, activities and way of life
  • Mountain routes illustrated on Ordnance Survey mapping
  • DVD features information on accommodation and routes

With illustrated routes on the hills and information on access, accommodation and routes, the DVD is invaluable whether you are planning a trip, wanting to learn more about these special places or enjoying the beautiful scenery.

PAL DVD, running time 40 minutes, English subtitles

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Join David Lidbetter as he explores the Scottish Lowlands and the Isle of Arran. From Gretna in the south you will visit the borders market town of Moffat, then head a few miles northeast to the spectacular Grey Mare's Tail waterfalls and the hills of White Coomb and Lochcraig Head high above. After that you climb Broad Law, another of the region's Corbetts and at 840 metres, the second highest hill in the Lowlands. Your time in the Lowlands ends with a visit to the mountain bike trails of Ae Forest where David meets with Steve Stanker to learn more about the sport and watch the riders on the Omega Man trail.

David then heads west to Ardrossan, catching the ferry to Arran. His first destination on the island is Mackrie Moor, where he sees the 6000 year old standing stones. But the walking starts early the following day at Glen Rosa - his route, the Three Beinns walk, takes him to Beinn Nuis, Beinn Tarsuinn and Beinn a' Chliabhain on the less frequented western reaches of Glen Rosa. From the start by the river at the valley floor to the fine ridge walking between the beinns, you are treated to spectacular views of the hills of Glen Rosa and Glen Sannox, the whole Isle of Arran and across the Clyde to the mainland.