This route will take you through some of Scotland's most iconic landscapes. The Isle of Arran, also known as "Miniature Scotland", is Scotland's seventh largest island, and is full of wonderful trails with beautiful views.
Discover its incredible geological richness and contemplate its variety of rock formations that will accompany you along its coastal and mountain trails. Try its delicious malt whiskies and exquisite local cuisine, which stands out for its typical cheeses.
The town of Brodick, whose name is believed to come from the Old Norse and means "wide bay", will be your starting point and destination on this circular route.
- Climb Goat Fell, the highest peak on the island
- Visit Brodick Castle, former residence of the Dukes of Hamilton.
- Discover the prehistoric Neolithic stone monuments.
- Discover Whiting Bay's Viking past.