So this is the tower that they used to Scene where they pushed Bran off right? Off the tower? That tower over there. We are here At the Winterfell tours. – We’re actually at Castleward. This is where they shoot the scenes at Winterfell. – So this is the tower that they used to scene where they pushed Bran off right? Off the tower? – That tower. – What season what that? In season 1! – First
– Season 1 – Tell us about the castle! – It’s just.. Typical Castle. I’ve seen a lot of castles already. It’s made of hard basalt rock. Protects from the invaders from the south. – Okay! – Just like every other fortress. That’s it! That’s the only thing I know. Don’t ask too much. – So this is another Game of Thrones location. Larrybane is the film location for Renly Baratheon’s Camp near Storm’s End in the Stormlands and it’s where we first introduced to Brienne of Tarth who has joined the forces of King Renly in the war for the five Kings. So this is where they filmed that scene. Ohhh! Yeah. Hi guys! So we are in another Game of Thrones location here in Northern Ireland. And this is in Carrick-A-Rede. So unfortunately, the weather is not that great. It’s raining right now so I can’t fly my drone. This would have been a beautiful place to capture drone footage. but weather conditions doesn’t permit me to fly. What else can you tell us about- – This is also where they shot I think, There are some shots here from season 2 with Margaery Tyrell and then – I think this is where Brienne of Tarth appeared first. – Yeah She was introduced in this season and episode of Game of Thrones. I think Catelyn Stark was still there too. She was still alive. It’s so beautiful. – It’s so beautiful. So we’re here in Carrick-a-Rede. I think which means “the rock in the road”. – Feel the sway of the rope bridge suspended almost a hundred feet above the crystal blue green sea. Oh my God! – Follow in the footsteps of the salmon fishermen. Alright! Let’s go! Are you having a good day ‘mate? Okay, so, what does it say? – It says we are going to a rope bridge. – Okay. Tell us about the bridge. – Uhm what it is? So it really means “the rock in the road” which is a flavor of ice cream? – Rocky road! – They actually used the rope to access the best place to catch the migrating salmon. – Oh okay. – So it is a challenge to thousands of visitors each year who come to enjoy the insane views and high trails. Well, I don’t want the high trails though. I just want the view. That’s it! We just paid 18 pounds – 18 Pounds?! Oh yeah it’s 9 pounds each. – To cross a fricking bridge. – With awesome views! – So it’s roughly at 30 minutes? – It takes 30 minutes going in. Yeah, to and from the bridge. It’s about 1 km walk, I think? – I think so, yeah. Thank God the rain stopped. – Yes! – So it’s raining and it’s summer. So, you can never rely on the weather in Ireland. – Finally the drizzling stopped. Walk, walk, walk. Oh look at this ridge. Oh look at those views again! – How old is the bridge? They changed it. – Ohhhh so steep! but- so beautiful. My knees are shaking! – It’s easy once you’re on it guys. – Yup! So we’re gonna attempt to cross the bridge! – Yup! Go for it! – Oh wow. Don’t bounce it! Look at that! Go! Go! Go! I think some people are waiting.