Corrie / Isle of Arran

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The image below is of Corrie village harbour area. Corrie is situated about 6 miles north of the main ferry port of Brodick on the Isle of Arran.

This is a small scenic village that hugs the coastline with 2,800ft mountains behind. Brodick to Corrie Map .

Corrie Village image

The image below is of Corrie harbour on a real hot day with people diving in the sea off the pier. The boat tie-ups along the harbour here look like sheep.

Corrie Harbour image

The image below is is of a seal on a rock at Corrie. Takes a few looks to realize it is a sculpture, although there are seals in the area, so if there is more than one, the others will be real.

Corrie Seal image

The image below is the small shop and cafe by the harbour.

Corrie Shop image

The image below is of Corrie village looking north.

Corrie Coast image

The image below is of the small harbour at the north end of Corrie. There is a Viking boat here to view.

Corrie Small Harbour image

The image below looking south over the small harbour with the wood carving studio over on the right.

Corrie view South imaage

The image below is of the Marvin Elliott wood carving studio and glass works by the small harbour, some amazing looking pieces, website:
www.sculptorcarver.com .

Corrie Wood Carving image

The image below is of the Corrie Hotel at the north end of the village with a large beer garden across the road for warm days.
Website: www.corriehotel.co.uk Tel: 01770 810 273.

Corrie Hotel image

The image below is of Corrie Golf Club and diner, situated about 4 miles north of Corrie. This is an inexpensive course with an honesty box for payment when there is nobody about. The diner is a nice spot for tea and lunch.

Corrie Golf image

The image below is the Corrie Golf Course set between the scenic mountains. This is only a short course, but with views as good as they get anywhere in the world.

Corrie Golf Course image

The image below is of the road up to High Corrie. This road is at the south side of Corrie, next to a bus stop. This is one of the routes onto the highest mountain on Arran, the 2,800 ft Goat Fell. There are just a few houses here and a car park about 1 mile up the road.

High Corrie Road image

The image below is of the car park at High Corrie. The road up is really steep, first gear a lot of the way. Makes the hike to the mountains a lot easier. The road up though is narrow with gorses bushes each side, so may scratch your car.

This is said to be the tough route to Goat Fell.

Goat Fell Mountain Hike Photo Tour

High Corrie Car Park image
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