Cladach / Isle of Arran

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The image below is of Cladach on the Island of Arran, 2 miles north of the main ferry port of Brodick. If you are walking out from Brodick, there is a cosatal path by the Brodick Golf Course. Use the map link below and change to walking.

This is the parking area for the main trail to the 2,800 ft Goat Fell mountain. The hiking car park is situated across the road at the bus stop.

The image below is of the Wineport, a diner with a large beer garden, very popular with hikers returning from the mountains.

Brodick to Cladach Map . . Tel: 01770 302 101.

Wineport Arran image

The image below is of Cladach Pottery and Old Sawmill situated next to the Wineport.

Cladach Pottery produce unique pieces with connections to the island.

Tel: 01770 303 590.

Cladach Pottery Arran image

The image below is of the Arran Active Outdoor Shop, this business has moved to the large shop in Brodick centre. This shop is currently for lease.

The steps to the left lead into Brodick Castle and Country Park. . Tel: 01770 302 113.

Arran Active Outdoor Shop image

The image below is of the Pooch Boutique Art Studio situated behind the Wineport. This business produces fashionable leather handbags and accessories of high quality, ceramics with fused and stained glass, ceramic art and jewellery. . Tel: 01770 303 682.

Pooch Boutique Art Studio Arran image

The image below is of the Alan MacKenzie shop situated behind the Wineport, where you can find high quality handmade leather handbags, briefcases, gladstone bags and medical bags, produced here on the Isle of Arran. . Tel: 01770 302 311.

McKenzie Leather Arran image

The image below is of the Isle of Arran Brewery situated behind the Wineport. The brewery produces a wide range of Beers. You can take a tour and sample the products. The shop stocks all the beers and has a wide range of gifts. . Tel: 01770 302 353 .

Arran Brewery image

The image below is from the path next to the Brewery leading up to the 2,800 ft Goat Fell mountain. This is the main path, fairly steady most of the way, then the last 700 ft to the summit are real steep.

Goat Fell Hike Photo Tour.

Goat Fell Mountain Trail image
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