Discover the North Coast 500 - Scotland's Scotland Aerial Filming - Wild 2 days ago   00:53

500 miles of open road. Stark natural beauty. Highland magic. Discover all of this and more along the North Coast 500!

Grab your friends, family members, pets, and pile in the car for one of the best ways to see the glorious Highlands. Never-ending back roads, wide meandering country tracks and beautiful bends are just a few things you can expect along this epic driving route, also known as Scotland’s answer to Route 66.

Starting and finishing in Inverness, you’ll be met with awe-inspiring geographical features, crumbling ruins, foodie experiences around every corner, as well as miles and miles of stunning coastline.
Still searching for your next unforgettable road trip? Look no further than the #NC500.

With thanks to Keith Bremner (Instagram: @kbrembo & and Wilderness Scotland ( & for footage.

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Comments 8 Comments

David Sivills
The roads are rubbish
Tof he
Gee Tee
Just cycles this route over four days with seven other guys. Epic.
What beautiful part of the world!
Michael Friedman
Lovely videoclip !
Max B
Looks magnificent. I must get there one day.
All English Knives
Going in July 😁👍🏻🏍
Riz Ann Lagera
oh... i dreamed to visit one day.
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Scotland Aerial Filming - Wild Discover the North Coast 500 - Scotland's 2 days ago   03:42


For my second aerial film, entitled ‘Wild Scotland’, I wanted to showcase some of the wilderness this magnificent country has to offer. From the Highlands and Islands on the west coast to John O’Groats and North Berwick on the east I’ve captured just a fraction of the stunning wilderness which Scotland has to offer.

I’ve spent the last few months travelling up and down the country capturing locations, carefully planning my schedule to take advantage of the best light, be that dawn or dusk. Along the way I’ve been lucky to pick up some unexpected shots such as deer near Ardnamurchan and a large group of seals in a bay near John O’ Groats at the very top of the British mainland. I was lucky to experience a prolonged spell of good weather so filming this was a much faster process than for my first aerial film; Beautiful Scotland -

Making this film involved a series of mini adventures. Hiking up Bidein a'Ghlas Thuill at 3am in the pitch dark, to film the spectacular serrated ridge of An Teallach, and hearing stags roaring in the valleys below is a memory that will stay with me for a very long time. Also filming Bass Rock near North Berwick, which is home is to the world’s largest single rock Gannet colony with some 40,000 pairs of birds, at first light was a real treat.

The film was mostly shot on the DJI Inspire 1 and for the more remote locations I used the DJI Phantom 3 which can be packed in a backpack really easily.

Big shout out to Drew Gibson ( who has done another magnificent job colour grading this and also to Pete Smith ( who created the sound mix. Cheers also to Rob Waugh ( for feeding back throughout the edit and helping suggest locations.

Locations in order –

An Teallach
Ardnamurchan lighthouse
Bidein A’ Ghlas Thuill
Mangersta Sea Stacks, Isle of Harris
Luskentyre Beach, Isle of Harris
Callanish Standing stones, Isle of Lewis
Duncansby Bay (Seal shot)
Tantallon Caslte
Bass Rock
Duncansby sea stacks
Glen Etive
Castle Stalker
Forth Rail Bridge
Neist Point, Isle of Skye

Music again by the fantastic Tony Anderson – Eyes Wide Open

For footage licencing enquiries please email me at –