Season 2: Road Trips
Season 2: Road Trips

Season 2: Road Trips

See the best of Scotland – one road trip at a time!

Season 2 of the Wild for Scotland podcast tells stories of Scotland’s epic road trip journeys.

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From the Mull of Galloway to the far away islands of the Outer Hebrides – the new season of Wild for Scotland whisks listeners away to explore Scotland’s roads at a slower pace.

Launching on 14 September 2021, this season puts a spotlight on Scotland’s beautiful roads for adventure and encourages visitors to slow down and explore their nooks and crannies. Across 10 episodes, host Kathi Kamleitner tells immersive stories from the road – some well-trodden, others lesser-known, but all fascinating in their own right.

Season 2 of Wild for Scotland will consist of awe-inspiring travel stories about road trips ranging from the popular Road to the Isles or the North Coast 500, to exploring the remote roads of the West Highland Peninsulas or following your nose to the southernmost point of Scotland. Each episode begins with an imaginative travel story followed by some practical tips to plan a trip yourself.

Kathi draws on her extensive experience of travelling around Scotland as an award-winning travel blogger ( to tell engaging stories that highlight hidden gems to discover, local businesses to support and the tranquility that comes with slow and responsible travel.

“I live and breathe for road trips – they are by far my favourite way to experience Scotland and my readers always ask me for ideas or itineraries away from the usual suspects. With this season I want to highlight routes that deserve more attention – roads you may have not heard about before or never considered driving down – but also show how easy it is to escape the crowds even on well-known road trips, if you only slow down and explore more.”


Written, hosted and produced: Kathi Kamleitner

Co-producer and editor: Fran Turauskis

Artwork: Lizzie Vaughan-Knight

Original music: Bruce Wallace

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