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Hiking Isle of Arran Routes - 2012
[6th - 12th Jun 2012] public

A Combi Map of all the hikes and trips taken while exploring and camping on The Isle of Arran in 2012.

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Goatfell and North Goatfell - Isle of Arran Jump to location jamehand supports Social Hiking!

12th Jun 2012

A hike up to the highest peak on The Isle of Arran 'Goatfell', followed by a traverse of the Stacach Ridge and a summit of neighbouring North Goatfell.

Beacons: 187 | Distance: 12.2 km | Height Gain: 954 m

 

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Glen Sannox to Glen Rosa via The Saddle - Isle of Arran Jump to location jamehand supports Social Hiking!

11th Jun 2012

Starting on the coast this hike along Arran's classic glen route follows the Sannox Burn up Glen Sannox to 'The Saddle' and over into Glen Rosa to follow Glenrosa Water back out again to the sea at Cladach.

Beacons: 202 | Distance: 15.2 km | Height Gain: 657 m

 

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Coire-Fhionn Lochan - Isle of Arran Jump to location jamehand supports Social Hiking!

10th Jun 2012

An island classic heading up from the village of Thundergay to Coire-Fhionn Lochan followed by a traverse of the surrounding glacial horseshoe.

Beacons: 163 | Distance: 10.6 km | Height Gain: 746 m

 

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Torr Nead an Eoin - Isle of Arran Jump to location jamehand supports Social Hiking!

8th Jun 2012

A quick evening hike up to the summit of Torr Nead an Eoin for views across to The Paps of Jura.

Beacons: 39 | Distance: 2.6 km | Height Gain: 285 m

 

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Gleann Easan Biorach and Gleann Diomhan - Isle of Arran Jump to location jamehand supports Social Hiking!

7th Jun 2012

A classic glen circuit amongst the Pirnmill Mountains in the north of Arran visiting Loch na Davie (source of the water for Arran Whisky) and the purest natural water source in Scotland.

Beacons: 344 | Distance: 18.3 km | Height Gain: 742 m

 

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The Cock of Arran - Isle of Arran Jump to location jamehand supports Social Hiking!

6th Jun 2012

A walk around the most remote coastline on The Isle of Arran scrambling along the rocky shoreline to Laggan Cottage before ascending up onto the moors and crossing back over the peninsular and down to Lochranza.

Beacons: 220 | Distance: 15.3 km | Height Gain: 627 m

 

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