4/6 Paul beds down in a variety of accommodations - rustic and exclusive - on his travels.
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3/6 Paul Murton crosses the country from coast to coast and travels through Glen Affric. (R)
3/6 Paul Murton crosses the country from coast to coast and travels through Glen Affric.
6/6 Paul charts a route up the east coast from Carnoustie to Aberdeen.
5/6 Paul travels out to Islay in a canoe that is a replica of an original from the 1890s.
4/6 Paul travels through the central Highlands from Glen Lyon to the Cairngorms National Park.
2/6 Paul Murton uncovers stories of pioneering female tourists determined to travel north.
3/6 Paul enjoys the delights of a favourite Scots holiday destination - the Firth of Clyde.
2/6 Paul travels from Loch Maree through to the northernmost part of mainland Scotland.
1/6 Paul Murton travels through the borders and up to Glasgow. (R)
1/6 Paul Murton travels round one of Scotland's best loved holiday destinations. (R)
6/6 Paul Murton journeys from St Andrews across the Firth of Forth, and ends up in Edinburgh.
1/6 Paul Murton travels round one of Scotland's best loved holiday destinations.
5/6 Paul Murton journeys from Shetland through to the musical Orkney Islands.
4/6 Paul Murton traces the history of the great outdoors, taking in Loch Tay and Rannoch Moor.
3/6 Paul Murton travels by train from the foot of Ben Nevis to the fabled Isle of Skye.
2/6 Paul Murton travels from Dunkeld via the Tay river to Balmoral on an 1870s tricycle.
1/6 Paul Murton travels from the Trossachs out to Iona and then the fabled Isle of Staffa.