Although today we might use the terms hill skills or mountain craft, all in one way or another are an extension of bushcraft techniques that have developed through the ages of time.
Oxygen isotope analysis shows that the bronze age Amesbury Archer, who's grave near Stonehenge was dated to 2300BC, originated in the alpine region of what is now France.
In those times his journey to Britain would have taken months, if not years. We will never know whether he was making a pilgrimage to the stones, seeking a cure for his diseased knee cap.
Or, he may have been the bearer of secret knowledge regarding the metallurgy of making bronze from tin and copper. Whatever the reason, the journeying (or bushcraft) skills he used along the way would have been of everyday second nature to him.
The final part is set on the island of Mull and through a investigative process pieces together clues from geology and living nature to show an environment where Mesolithic hunter gatherers would have thrived. And a neolithic culture of cosmology which continued into the bronze age.
Just for fun, we even made up a box set....(not available in shops, but all the films and more can be seen at the Ranger Expeditions channel on You Tube).