Ten years on from the community buyout, the Out of Doors team is in Knoydart.
The Knoydart Pennisula is widely considered to be one of mainlaind Britain's last wildernesses. The only way of getting there is by boat or on foot - a sixteen mile walk through some very rugged terrain. Ten years ago, the dream that the community had harboured since the eighties became reality and, after the island of Eigg, Knoydart became the second community buyout in Scotland.
Since then, the population has increased from around 70 to 120 people. Most people there come from elsewhere, apart from the children who have been born in the area in recent years. Mark speaks to residents who all contribute to the community and discovers that in the case of Knoydart - unlike many other parts of rural Scotland - remoteness has proved an asset rather than a hindrance.
Also on the programme, the team present an Out of Doors Summer holiday special, offering ideas and inspiration on how and where to enjoy your holidays this year.
From Knoydart, a walk into the wilderness to find a hidden waterfall.
A cruise up the Kyles to watch wildlife.
The team reveal what they believe to be Scotland's most beautful campsite.
Electric bikes on the island of Cumbrae.
And a climb up the UK's highest mountain, Ben Nevis.
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