Doug Scott comes to Arran!
Wednesday 13 August, at Arran High School.
£12 - doors open 7pm, start 7.30pm.
Proceeds to Community Action Nepal, Arran Mountain Rescue Team, Arran Mountain Festival
From wildlife-watching walks along the island’s coastline to airy scrambles on towering granite ridges.
At the moment there is not a programme in place for 2015. However, do take a moment to look at the programme of walks for 2014 for a taster of what may be coming!
Scottish hillwalking at it's best!
The Arran Mountain Festival is an opportunity to meet like-minded people, discover a fascinating island and have unforgettable days in the safe hands of experienced local guides. With names to inspire the imagination, such as Ceum na Caillich (Witch’s Step) Caisteal Abhail (Castles) and the Sleeping Warrior, the mountains of Arran are some of Scotland’s most amazing landscapes.
Arran is one of the most accessible of the Scottish islands, with good transport links by ferry, road, rail and air. At the end of an exhilarating day in the outdoors, there are plenty of hostels, hotels, cottages and campsites for comfort and relaxation.
Arran Mountain Festival is Scotland's premier hillwalking and mountaineering festival.
The 2014 Arran Mountain Festival was a massive success!!! See below for some comments, and go to our Facebook page for a selection of amazing photos.
"A lifetime ambition achieved!"
"Enjoyed the walk greatly with very professional excellent guides"
"Lovely leaders, reassuring and unhurried"
"Walk and weather amazing!! Thanks guides"
"What a wonderful day and thank you for getting me up and down safely! Hope to see you next year"
"Great day. Good choice of walk. Excellent and helpful guides. Good pace."