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    The Western Way - Part 2

    Cameron McNeish describes Scotland's wild places as a 'world-class landscape', and he celebrates this with a new trail linking the most southerly point of the country with the west coast town of Oban.

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    The Western Way - Part 2

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    Cameron McNeish describes Scotland's wild places as a 'world-class landscape', and he celebrates this with a new trail linking the most southerly point of the country, the Mull of Galloway, with the west coast town of Oban.

    Cameron walks the final part of this 250-mile route. Starting on the Isle of Jura, he returns to the mainland to travel through the Cowal Peninsula. Further north, there's a short section on the West Highland Way before heading west through the wild, remote scenery of the Black Mount hills in Argyll. Along the way he meets walkers, crofters and ecologists, who share their intimate knowledge of this landscape with him.
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    The Western Way - Part 2

    Cameron McNeish describes Scotland's wild places as a 'world-class landscape', and he celebrates this with a new trail linking the most southerly point of the country, the Mull of Galloway, with the west coast town of Oban.

    Cameron walks the final part of this 250-mile route. Starting on the Isle of Jura, he returns to the mainland to travel through the Cowal Peninsula. Further north, there's a short section on the West Highland Way before heading west through the wild, remote scenery of the Black Mount hills in Argyll. Along the way he meets walkers, crofters and ecologists, who share their intimate knowledge of this landscape with him.

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