Guide to Walks on Scotland’s Isle of Arran
Welcome to Walk Arran, your ultimate guide to the best hiking experiences on the stunning Isle of Arran.
Whether you’re a seasoned hiker or a beginner, Arran offers some of the most exhilarating walks in Scotland.
With its stunning coastal paths, rugged hills, and picturesque landscapes, Arran is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts.
Join us as we explore the best hikes on Arran and discover the magic of this enchanting island.
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Coire Fhionn Lochan Walk
Experience the clear water and white beaches of one of the Isle of Arran’s most beautiful and scenic lochans on this walk beginning from Thundergay on the west coast of the Island.
Machrie Moor Stones, Walk
The Machrie Moor Stone Circle Walk is a unique and unforgettable experience that takes visitors back in time to explore the ancient standing stones that date back to the Bronze Age. The walk is set in the beautiful Machrie Moor and offers stunning views of the rolling hills and the surrounding landscape.
Glen Iorsa Boathouse Walk, Dougarie
Nestled in the heart of the enchanting Isle of Arran lies a hidden gem waiting to be discovered – the picturesque Glen Iorsa. With breathtaking views and a serene loch, this charming glen is a paradise for hikers and nature lovers.
Get ready to leave the hustle and bustle of daily life behind and embark on an unforgettable adventure. Follow our guide and immerse yourself in the beauty of Glen Iorsa, where every step is a new opportunity to marvel at the wonders of nature.
Eas Mor Waterfall and Loch Garbad Walk, Kildonan
Look no further than the Eas Mòr waterfall walk in Kildonan! This stunning trail takes you through a beautiful forest and alongside a deep gorge before leading you to the breath-taking Eas Mòr waterfall. You’ll also discover the tranquil Loch Garbad and the enchanting Eas Mòr Ecology library along the way.
Loch na Davie Loop, Walk
Embark on an adventure through Scotland’s breathtaking landscapes with the Loch na Davie loop walk. Start at the charming Lochranza and be transported back in time as you stroll past a ruined castle with a rich history.
Glenashdale Falls and Giants Graves, Walk, Whiting Bay
Are you ready for a scenic journey through the heart of Whiting Bay?
Join us as we explore the beauty of Glenashdale Falls and Giant’s Graves.
This exciting walk takes you through lush woodland, past a sparkling burn, and up to a magnificent viewing platform overlooking the 140-foot (45-metre) tall Glenashdale Falls. Get an up-close look at the upper falls before visiting the historic Giant’s Graves site with panoramic views over the bay.
So, pack your picnic basket and get ready for an unforgettable adventure!
Goatfell Summit Walk
Walk up the Isle of Arran’s tallest mountain, Goatfell. The highest point on Arran sits at 874m (2,867ft). Reach the summit and witness some of Arran’s most spectacular views.
King’s Cave Loop Walk
Visit the site where Robert the Bruce, inspired by a spider spinning a web against the odds, decided to continue the fight against the English and ultimately took victory at the Battle of Bannockburn.
Hike the Stunning Arran Coastal Way
Welcome to our guide on the stunning Arran Coastal Way, where we take you on a journey through one of Scotland’s most picturesque coastal walks. This guide will provide you with all the information you need to explore this beautiful trail and make the most out of your visit to the Isle of Arran.
Kildonan Coastal Walk
Take a walk along the majestic and rocky shoreline below cliffs with the opportunity to see marine wildlife at close quarters incorporating the best locations for seal watching on the island.