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At 2866 feet, this mountain has some truly spectacular views... even as far as Ireland on a clear day. It's a little difficult, especially the last few hundred feet and you have to pick the right day, since the peak is quite often hidden by...More
I went up here as part of a hiking trip I was doing (had done Ben Nevis 2 days earlier) the actual hike up is easy-moderate with the last part steep and challenging. The final 10% to the top was blowing 50-55mph winds and very...More
I've done a lot of hill walking and mountaineering; this was a steep push but nothing technical in terms of scrambling. However, my 8 year old daughter has not so much experience, and she made it to the top. There's a lot of boulders so...More
I prefer starting the climb at Brodick but you can start at Corrie too. On warm sunny days it’s very popular so don’t think you’ll be alone! Go prepared, it’s not easy. We aren’t experienced hikers so we took our time and stopped a few...More
After spending 25 years in Scotland and England we finally found our way back to Arran. One of my wishes was to climb the Goat Fell.
You can start your attack from two directions, Brodick - wich is the easy route and Corrie - wich...More
A great walk with stunning views. Have done this a few times. If you come from Brodick and don't fancy the climb to the top (or if the weather isn't great) you can drop off the ridge and return via Corrie (bus it back). Like...More
Great walk helped by great weather. Set of from the car park at 7am and reached top at 8:50. The start is fairly gentle but soon gets tougher. I would strongly recommend walking poles if only for the last third of the walk. It’s a...More
Ok, so I have read a lot of reviews about Goat Fell and all I can say is, with the exception of the most recent review, totally inaccurate!!!
I have walked the West Highland Way, I walk quite a lot and thought this would be...More
I decided to climb Goatfell with my daughter as she had kept going on about doing it. How hard can it be? I thought to myself......Well the answer is that is was honestly the worst experience of my life!
I am glad I achieved it...More