Back in late April, we spent a week on the lovely Isle of Arran and this post is an index of the various walks we did that week. Most of the walks were only a few kilometres long, due to mainly walking with my two year old daughter and my pregnant wife! However I did manage to get out for one full day of walking in the northern hills whilst we were on the island.
The Giant's Graves
Day 1 - A wander along Brodick Bay, followed by a walk alongside Loch Ranza to Newton Point spotting seals and admiring the views
Day 2 - A very windy afternoon walk to visit the impressive Machrie Moor stone circles on the west of Arran
Day 3 - A woodland walk in southern Arran to visit the spectacular Glenashdale Falls and some Clyde cairns known as the Giant's Graves
We had an excellent week of walking, during which it rained at some point every day but it was also sunny a lot of the time too! I definitely plan to return to Arran in the future, as I want to explore the northern hills further.