Interested in walking on the Isle of Arran in 2018? The Scottish west coast island has beautiful beaches, mountains and is extremely easy to reach from the mainland! Experience some of the best walks on Arran, like the Arran Coastal Way, in the new year with EasyWays!
With our unique walking holiday service, you can have your trip the way you want! Whether this means adding on days to visit attractions or incorporating trips into the route, we want to make your holiday the best it could be. Also, with our service including baggage transfer, local knowledge, emergency support and more. Visit the west coast and have the trip you have always dreamed of!
What’s on in 2018?
Arran Mountain Festival
Why not make the most of your time on Arran in 2018 and attend local events? There are so many things going on in Arran! The Arran Mountain Festival in May next year offers walkers to experience the best of Arran’s scenery and landscapes. Incorporating the Arran Coastal Way into the festival you can expect to meet so many people all within the island’s beautiful surroundings. In 2018, talk part the festival to experience the best walks on Arran!
Arran Folk Festival
Are you interested in music? The Arran Folk Festival taking place in June next year is not to be missed! Scottish islands are known for having a large musical talent, which is showcased at this annual event! A great way of immersing into Celtic culture.
Arran Coastal Way – best walks on Arran!
One of the best walks on Arran is the Arran Coastal Way! With a route that loops around the island, there is so much to see. As the name suggests the path you follow is coastal. The north of Arran is mountainous and the south areas are more a moor-like terrain, so expect a mix when making your way. Beginning and ending in the main town of Brodick, the 65-mile-long route is ideal for first time walkers!
How Do I Reach Arran?
Arran is one of the nearest islands to the Scottish mainland. And so, to get onto the island it is very easy. From Glasgow, you take a 40-minute train to the town of Ardrossan. From there are regular ferries over to Brodick, which is where the Arran Coastal Way begins! Taking 55 minutes, the overall journey time is not bad at all. Planning a trip in 2018? Think of how accessible the island is!
At EasyWays we cover so many routes, like the West Highland Way and think it’s very important to keep our walkers updated! So, to learn more about how you can enjoy The Kintyre Way, look at our last post!
Interested in walking on Arran? Or any of our other beautiful walking routes? Contact us today!