The Southern Upland Way wends its way from coast to coast across the hills of the Southern Uplands. The rich and varied landscape is the result of aeons of geological activity combined with the relatively recent impact of man. Continents have collided, volcanoes have erupted, ice ages have come and gone and mighty rivers have eroded the landscape. On a miniature scale, and in the last few moments of this story, farmers and foresters have begun to scratch away at the surface of the land.

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