Total Lakeland includes The Wainwright Memorial Walk, Wainwright’s Remote Lakeland and Great Walks – The Howgills. Spectacular scenery and walking in the Lake District. Presenters Eric Robson and Cameron McNeish (3-DVD box set)

Total Lakeland includes The Wainwright Memorial Walk, Wainwright's Remote Lakeland and Great Walks - The Howgills. Spectacular scenery and walking in the Lake District. Presenters Eric Robson and Cameron McNeish (3-DVD box set)

Release Date: October 16, 2006
Studio: Striding Edge
Runtime: 240 minutes
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3-DVD Box Set includes THE WAINWRIGHT MEMORIAL WALK In 1938 the pioneering fell-walker, ALFRED WAINWRIGHT, devised a walking tour in the English Lake District. Its 102 miles and almost 35,000 feet of ascent visit and enjoy every major summit, valley and lake. In AW's memory Eric Robson, Wainwright's fell-walking companion in the award winning BBC television series, has reconstructed the walk in eleven day stages and on the way met many of AW's friends and admirers. Among them are his widow Betty, his biographer Hunter Davies and three generations of walkers who've been inspired in the ways of the Lakeland mountains by his class felling-walking guides. WAINWRIGHT'S REMOTE LAKELAND ERIC ROBSON take on one of the greatest long distance walks in Britain - 190 miles and 39,000 feet of ascent in 14 day stages which take us through the spectacular outlying fells and mountains of Lakeland. It's a walk that AW himself could have devised as a way of exploring his beloved remote fells. There's nothing he liked better than solitary days on the hill and this exploration of some of the finest and loneliest parts of the Lake District. GREAT WALKS - THE HOWGILLS East of the Lune Gorge and the M6 motorway, The Howgills have been described as the forgotten quarter of Lakeland. ALFRED WAINWRIGHT compared their gentle, rolling summits to "a herd of sleeping elephants". They have thrilling ascents and spectacular mountain features. CAMERON MCNEISH introduces us to Carlin Gill and Black Force, The Calf and Cautley Spout and ERIC ROBSON fights with the weather and conjures up the life, legends and landscapes of the Howgills. CAMERON MCNEISH is one of Britain's best know hillwalkers. A journalist and author, he is also an experienced broadcaster. ERIC ROBSON was Alfred Wainwright's television walking companion. He is a versatile broadcaster and journalist, who is well known as Chairman of BBC Radio 4's Gardeners' Question Time.
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