• This is the start of the shorter, steeper path up Goat Fell
  • Circumnavigate the entire island on foot - or pick any section for a day’s walk.
  • 3-mile return walk
  • Start of one-mile path to the shore.
  • Well worth this moderate climb to reach a beautiful mountain lochan with its white gravel beach.
  • Part of the Arran Coastal Way, this is a 4.5 mile route to Lamlash.
  • 1.5 miles to Dun Fion; 3.5 miles to Brodick
  • At the end of Newton Road (leading from the A841 to Newton Shore) turn left for Fairy Dell and Ossian’s Cave, or right to circle the Cock of Arran, passing Laggan Cottage.
  • Delightful walk through the hamlet of Glen Rosa, leading right up the glen. If you keep going you’ll reach the Goat Fell Saddle.
  • Footpath to prehistoric hut circle.
  • There are two main footpaths to Goat Fell, the tallest mountain on Arran. This is the easier route, and will take between four and five hours to climb and return.
  • The best place to observe seals
  • 3-mile walk up Gleann Easan Biorach to the source of Arran Whisky!
  • A surprisingly rough and wild route to remote and beautiful Loch Tanna, Arran’s biggest and most remote loch.
  • Here you are spoilt for choice with many paths to follow through the trees.

Online guide for the Isle of Arran

Including local businesses, places to stay, places to eat, things to see and do. Both website and companion app directs users to their destination using convenient maps and can allow ratings and reviews for all businesses! Island residents will be able to access local trades, while visitors will be able to book their accommodation directly with local hotels and B&Bs.


Arran Online

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Isle of Arran
KA27 8AJ
United Kingdom

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