Explore the most popular Bird Watching trails in North Ayrshire with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

done in November. got up to Goatfell and turned back around to catch the bus. weather was pretty abysmal, so make sure to wear waterproof gear.

It was much much harder than we expected. In November is covered by ice and makes the way down impossible, we had to come down another way.

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Isle of Arran: from Brodick castle to top of Goat Fell.

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It’s really nice for people don’t wanna take a hike with hundreds of meters gap to overcome, 140 meters gap is just good enough suitable, it won’t take long to finish the whole route and the whole experience of hiking in this terrain surrounded by mountains and fresh air is absolutely deserved to give a try. Anyway, be willing to remark 5 stars!!

A challenging but thoroughly enjoyable route

Not in Greenock but in Arran

Amazing views. Easy terrain. Loved it!

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Thu Jun 11 2015