Arran Coastal Way Hiking Tours

Arran Coastal Way

  • Stunning West of Scotland coastal scenery
  • Over 250 species of bird, including the majestic Golden Eagle
  • Climb Goat Fell and enjoy the fantastic view from the summit
  • Take the ferry across the Firth of Clyde from Ardrossan to Brodick
  • Visit the atmospheric standing stones at Machrie Moor
  • Lochranza Distillery with its whisky tour and afterwards a wee dram

The Arran Coastal Way is a fascinating coastal walking holiday around one of Scotland’s most famous islands and is often described as Scotland in miniature. It is a wonderful relaxed walk where you walk along beautiful coastal stretches, have the option to climb Goat Fell for a spectacular view or visit the Kings Cave.

After enjoying the one hour ferry journey to the Island you will book into your selected accommodation in Brodick. Then you will travel north - with an option to go over Goat Fell if the weather is good - and then onto Lochranza via Sannox. The views looking north up Loch Fyne towards the highlands are fantastic.

Next you walk south down the west side of the island to Kilmory via Blackwaterfoot, a wonderful stretch opposite the Mull of Kintyre. The southern end of Arran is less mountainous and the walking close to the shoreline is very rewarding. Finally you head north again via Whiting Bay and back to Brodick for your last night. An unforgettable experience on one of Scotland’s best islands.

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