Scottish scenery, video

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The National Trust for Scotland writes on this video:

Kintail & Morvich The Five Sisters of Kintail form one of Scotland’s finest and most famous views when seen from Ratagan on the shores of Loch Duich, and have been under the care of the National Trust for Scotland since 1944. Our rangers lead guided walks over the five peaks (which also form one of the country’s finest one day hillwalks) so who better to make this short video showing the unmatched beauty of this unique part of Scotland? Assistance in video editing was provided by Rob Birdsey, a volunteer with the National Trust for Scotland. …

The music for several of the Kintail and West Affric videos has been provided by Sgoil Chiùil na Gàidhealtachd (The National Centre of Excellence in Traditional Music) located at Plockton High School. The music school is for secondary school aged students, and…

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2 thoughts on “Scottish scenery, video

  1. I’ve always wanted to go to Scotland but my family is all in the UK. Especially now with the whole debate goimg on in Scotland and my ties to certain political leaders, probably best if I just see my fam for the time being. However, lovely video reminded me of when I used to play the violin as a child in Derbyshire 🙂

    1. Awesome I saw it from one I follow and had to share it. I am glad it brought back beautiful memories. My family came from that whole area over there and settled into Canada and Northeast part of the United States we search for history here but so much where you are.

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