New Series: Wilderness Walks with Ray Mears on ITV

Wilderness Walks with Ray Mears on ITV

“I have explored some of the wildest places on earth – but my favourite is still Britain.”

Ray returns to our screens this September with a brand new series on ITV. Starting on Tuesday 9th September, Wilderness Walks with Ray Mears aims to take viewers on a trail of discovery through some of Britain’s most spectacular and diverse landscapes.

The series begins with Ray returning to one of his favourite places in Britain – Dartmoor. Ray travels across granite peaks and through mysterious oak forests, searching for the country’s largest ground beetle and the elusive wood warbler. He also visits High Willhays, the highest point in the area’s National Park.

Each episode cuts a path through a different landscape, with Ray travelling from dawn till dusk to explore each unique habitat and the incredible wildlife that exists there. Along the way we encounter rivers, dense forests and mountains peaks, as Ray goes in search of some of the UK’s greatest natural treasures.

Episode one will be shown at 7:30 PM on Tuesday 9th September 2014 on ITV.

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About Woodlore Limited

Woodlore, The School of Wilderness Bushcraft, was founded in 1983 by the British Bushcraft expert, Ray Mears. Paving the way for Bushcraft courses in the UK, Woodlore began with Ray teaching small groups of students the knowledge and techniques that he had spent most of his early life honing. With Ray’s ambition and perserverance, Woodlore has since grown into a world-renowned and highly respected school, offering in-depth courses on a wide range of bushcraft and survival subjects.

4 thoughts on “New Series: Wilderness Walks with Ray Mears on ITV

  1. gourmetgoat

    Where has this show gone? I watched last week’s episode on Dartmoor and was looking forward to this week’s episode on the Thames but ITV just have the football on. Is there any info anywhere on rescheduling?



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