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Wilderness Walks with Ray Mears
Ep: 3 "Snowdonia"
Join bushcraft expert Ray Mears as he journeys through some of Britain's most spectacular and diverse landscapes in search of the UK's greatest natural treasures. Travel along rivers, through forests and across mountains as Ray explores each unique habitat, and the incredible wildlife that exists there.
Episodes
Ep 1
Dartmoor
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Ep 2
Thames Path
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Ep 3
Snowdonia
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Ep 4
Galloway
Watch Until May 9, 1:35am
Ep 5
Borrowdale
Watch Until May 16, 1:35am
Ep 6
Skye
Watch Until May 23, 1:35am
Dartmoor
Ray begins his journey by travelling to one of his favourite and wildest places in Britain, Dartmoor. In search for the country's largest ground beetle, his travels take him across granite peaks and mysterious oak forests. (1 of 6)
Thames Path
Ray visits Thames Path where he journeys by canoe along the mighty River Thames from Oxfordshire to London, before setting up camp in one of the world's most precious and exclusive woodlands. (2 of 6)
Snowdonia
Ray explores the wildlife surviving against all odds in the rugged landscapes around Britain's highest mountain range, Snowdonia. (3 of 6)
Galloway
Ray visits Galloway, exploring the riches of the stunning coast of South West Scotland and the hidden treasures that live in Britain's largest forest park - including the rare and elusive pine marten. (4 of 6)
Borrowdale
Ray uses the Derwent River as his guide to the breathtaking Borrowdale valley, a place of ancient rainforests and home to some very special wildlife - including peregrine falcons. (5 of 6)
Skye
In the final episode, Ray journeys across to the magnificent Isle of Skye in search of Britain's rarest bird of prey, the spectacular sea eagle. (6 of 6)