‘Top Scot’ talks up Angus’ credentials

Cameron McNeish talks up Angus as the natural choice for visitors during the Year of Natural Scotland 2013. Cameron is featuring in a national print advertising and radio campaign which includes an interactive, digital brochure with guidance from Cameron for a naturally inspiring experience in Angus.
Cameron McNeish talks up Angus as the natural choice for visitors during the Year of Natural Scotland 2013. Cameron is featuring in a national print advertising and radio campaign which includes an interactive, digital brochure with guidance from Cameron for a naturally inspiring experience in Angus.

One of Scotland’s most famous mountaineers is helping endorse Angus’ natural credentials as part of the Year of Natural Scotland 2013.

Cameron McNeish has helped out with a new partnership between VisitScotland and Angus Council with their latest initiative to get people out and about.

Explore Scotland’s Natural Trail encompasses an interactive digital guide, national print advertising and a radio campaign all focusing on the natural delights to be found in the region.

The voice of Cameron McNeish can be heard on both the digital guide and on radio broadcasts mentioning the various attractions in Angus. Angus’ beautiful landscapes, outdoor activities, natural larder, wildlife wonders, art in nature and history and heritage are all combined into the easily accessible trails that encourage visitors to follow and experience the regions natural joys, such as stunning beaches and the magnificent Angus Glens.

Cameron McNeish, said: “I would encourage everyone to get out in Angus and discover it for themselves. Here there are impressive landscapes, wildlife, culture, local produce and historical attractions.”

Jim Clarkson, Regional Director of VisitScotland, said: “Angus is a natural fit for this themed year, boasting so many great natural assets and we’re proud to have Cameron McNeish heading up the Explore Scotland Natural Trail campaign for the region.”

Angus Council’s tourism spokesperson, councillor Mairi Evans, said: “In Angus, you can enjoy Scotland’s awesome scenery, from rugged coast to magnificent glens, and you can do it in a single day. You can walk it, climb it, canoe it, bike it, ride it, gorge it, golf it…the pace of your Angus adventure is up to you!

See more at www.visitscotland.com/naturaltrail