Goatfell is a mountain on the Isle of Arran and at 2,866 ft (874 m), it’s the highest point on the island.
The Arran skyline is dominated by the jagged summits and ridges of Goatfell and the surrounding hills. It’s a spectacular example of an open, rugged, upland landscape formed during the last ice age with classic geological features, spectacular landscape and dramatic scenery.
Walkers often head towards the summit which is a challenging climb, but the spectacular views make it a hugely rewarding experience.
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