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    The Skye Trail

    Britain's renowned walker Cameron McNeish heads over the sea to Skye.

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    The Skye Trail

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    Britain's renowned walker Cameron McNeish heads over the sea to Skye. Starting at the most northerly point, Rubha Hunish, Cameron maps out a new trail along the dramatic scenery of the Trotternish Ridge, through the iconic Cuillin hills, to finish 70 miles away at Broadford.

    On the way, Cameron meets people who live here - from those dedicated to preserving the wildlife and landscapes of the island to the French chef who came over here for the whisky and found the local produce better than in his homeland.
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    The Skye Trail

    Britain's renowned walker Cameron McNeish heads over the sea to Skye. Starting at the most northerly point, Rubha Hunish, Cameron maps out a new trail along the dramatic scenery of the Trotternish Ridge, through the iconic Cuillin hills, to finish 70 miles away at Broadford.

    On the way, Cameron meets people who live here - from those dedicated to preserving the wildlife and landscapes of the island to the French chef who came over here for the whisky and found the local produce better than in his homeland.

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