Mountain Tales

Series exploring the magic of mountains.

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1/5. Mark Stephen explores the magic of Schiehallion, the fairy hill.

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2/5. Mark Stephen explores Ben MacDhui, Britain's second highest peak.

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Series exploring the magic of mountains. 3/5. Mark Stephen discovers the spectacular backdrop to Edinburgh's skyline, the Pentland Hills.

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Series exploring the magic of mountains.

4/5. Mark Stephen travels to Mull to visit Ben More, the final munro on many baggers' lists. But for islanders - including Neil McGilvery, who first reached the summit in his 80th year - the mountain is far more than a tick in a box.

20070706

Series exploring the magic of mountains. Mark Stephen visits the Merrick Hill in Galloway, the highest mainland peak south of Ben Lomond.

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Mark Stephen explores the magic of Schiehallion, the fairy hill.

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Mark Stephen explores the magic of Schiehallion, the fairy hill.

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Mark Stephen explores Ben MacDhui, Britain's second highest peak.

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Mark Stephen explores Ben MacDhui, Britain's second highest peak.

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Mark Stephen discovers the spectacular backdrop to Edinburgh's skyline, the Pentland Hills.

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Mark Stephen discovers the spectacular backdrop to Edinburgh's skyline, the Pentland Hills.

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Mark Stephen travels to Mull to visit Ben More, the final munro on many baggers' lists. But for islanders - including Neil McGilvery, who first reached the summit in his 80th year - the mountain is far more than a tick in a box.

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Mark Stephen travels to Mull to visit Ben More, the final munro on many baggers' lists. But for islanders - including Neil McGilvery, who first reached the summit in his 80th year - the mountain is far more than a tick in a box.

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Mark Stephen visits the Merrick Hill in Galloway, the highest mainland peak south of Ben Lomond.

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Mark Stephen visits the Merrick Hill in Galloway, the highest mainland peak south of Ben Lomond.