Tourist chiefs hope films shot in Perthshire featuring trials cyclist Danny MacAskill will lead to a boom in visitor numbers.
Danny MacAskill’s Wee Day Out has already been viewed over 4 million times, raising awareness of the area.
Kenmore, the Atholl Estate in Pitlochry and the Drumour Estate in Dunkeld are among the locations shown.
VisitScotland hopes the online interest will translate into visitors who will be inspired to come to Perthshire.
Jim Clarkson of VisitScotland said: “We would hope that the inclusion of these Perthshire locations in this edit would encourage visitors to come to explore this beautiful region, which is looking incredibly picturesque as we head into autumn.
“Earlier this year, VisitScotland launched its biggest ever global campaign and social movement – Spirit of Scotland – with Danny’s help. It has already been hugely successful, with more than 160,000 shares of #ScotSpirit since launch.
“Perthshire has its very own ScotSpirit, with breathtaking scenery, friendly locals and fun experiences up for grabs at every turn and Danny is demonstrating his own brand of ScotSpirit with the determination and guts to pull this film together.”
The short film also features the Strathspey Steam Railway at Aviemore, Craggan Outdoors at Grantown on Spey, Glenfinnan, in the west Highlands, Queen Elizabeth Forest Park (Forestry Commission); and Glenfinnan Estate.
Renowned trials rider Danny, who is from Dunvegan on Skye, became one of the biggest YouTube stars in the world after his incredible bike skills featured in The Ridge in which he took a death-defying ride along the notorious Cuillins ridgeline in the Isle of Skye. This has now been viewed over 45 million times online.
Mountain biking in Scotland has become a popular sport due to the terrain and scenery.
Research has found that mountain biking visitors were worth £119 million to the country and that 66,000 trips were taken annually by British mountain biking visitors to Scotland.