Grand Tours of Scotland’s Lochs – 16 October 2021 – BBC Two

Across the Moors and The Land of Giants – Series 4 Episode 2 of  3 – Paul discovers a forgotten German PoW camp from WWI before walking to the Blackwater Dam – built 100 years ago by the last of the navvies. Afterwards, a trek across the moors leads to the UK’s highest and remotest railway station.

After enjoying luxury in the middle-of-nowhere at Corrour Lodge, Paul makes a long hike down to Loch Laggan, where he is taken out to an island with a legendary feasting tradition. Further south, he explores the lochs of the northern Trossachs. Here, he learns about mythic water horses and the legend of Rob Roy MacGregor, and meets a man who casts doubt on this legendary character.

Paul then travels along a disused railway to the ‘Shaky Toun’ – Scotland’s earthquake centre. A trek on horseback takes Paul to Loch Tay, where he goes back to the Iron Age and learns how to light a fire without matches. Journey’s end is on the summit of mist-wreathed Ben Lawers.

About Grand Tours of Scotland’s Lochs

Paul Murton sets out to explore the lochs of Scotland, travelling from the wilds of the west coast to the Grampian Mountains, discovering the secrets of these iconic features of the Scottish landscape.

This show is broadcast on BBC Two, also known as the British Broadcasting Corporation.

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