Guided Walks

Goatfell mountain walk

Arran's highest mountain is on many peoples' tick list when they visit the island. Join a guided walk to escape the 'tourist route', learn more about the island, and the unique mountain environment.

10.5km / 4.5 - 6 hours

The Three Beinns mountain walk

A classic horseshoe walk from Glen Rosa taking in Beinn Nuis, Beinn Tarsuinn and Beinn a Chliabhain.

14km / 6 - 7 hours

Cir Mhor mountain walk

The sweeping granite slabs of Cir Mhor ('the big comb') are home to Arran's finest rock climbing. This walk will explore the heart of Arran's hills and can be started from Glen Rosa or Glen Sannox.

16km / 7 - 8.5 hours

Caisteal Abhail and the Witches Step mountain walk

This challenging mountain walk includes some steep sections and airy ridges - 'The Castles' is the favourite of many locals. The walk starts from North Glen Sannox.

10.5km / 5.5 - 6.5 hours

Cioch na h'Oighe and North Goatfell mountain walk

Cioch na h'Oighe ('The Maiden's Breast') rises sharply from Glen Sannox and the walk up steep towards the top. From the summit a beautiful ridge walk leads to Mullach Buidhe and North Goatfell. The walk starts by Sannox Bay.

6km / 3 - 4 hours

Beinn Bharrain mountain walk

Arran's western hills are much less frequented than their near neighbours. Traverse the three summits of Beinn Bharrain, Mullach Buidhe and Beinn Breac before relaxing on the shore of hidden Fhion Lochan.

14km / 6 - 7 hours

The Cock of Arran coastal walk

On Arran's northern tip is one of the wildest sections of the coastal way. Join a guided walk to explore the remote trail between Lochranza and Sannox. This is great stretch of coastline for wildlife spotting, archaeology, and geology.