Climb Goatfell, or discover Arran'swild and remote mountain ridges. Exciting goals and challenges tailored to your needs and experience.  We are fully qualified and insured mountain leaders with a friendly and professional approach.

Hiring a Guide

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Mountain days are tailored to individual requirements and aspirations, making a very rewarding day out.  We can bag peaks, explore the wilder corners of the island, keep it low level, or even offer navigation coaching. Below are just a few ideas to get you thinking! Download infosheet.

To book, simply enquire through the contact page and we will put together an itinerary that is perfect for you and your group. There is a 40% deposit payable on booking. There is a calendar of availability at the bottom of this page.

Terms and conditions apply.

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The Three Beinns

A traverse of the Beinn Nuis, Beinn Tarsuinn and Beinn a'Chliabhain is Arran's classic ridge walk with spectacular views of the fine ridges and deep glens of the Goatfell Range. The rock formation above is known as the Old Man of Tarsuinn and is a well known landmark on the route.  The terrain is wild and remote and home to ravens, eagle and red deer. This walk also passes close to the wreckage of a B-24D Liberator air craft that crashed on Beinn Nuis in 1943.

From £70 per person (minimum invoice £140 or two people).


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Goatfell and Stacach Ridge

Arran's highest peak climbs to 874m and the views from the top are well worth the effort. Although it falls short of Munro status, Goatfell is a Corbett making an ascent a worthy challenge. It is optional to traverse the knobbly Stacach Ridge, with an experienced mountain leader on hand to guide you through the trickier sections. The views are fabulous, the granite is rough and grippy and the sense of achievement is immense.

From £70 per person (minimum invoice £140 or two people).

North Glen Sannox Horseshoe

A magnificent day out on the hill that tackles steep terrain in a remote part of the Goatfell Range.  The names of the peaks ring with legend; we will ascend the famous "castles" of Caisteal Abhail with an option to traverse the famous Sleeping Warrior and cross the Witch's Step of Ceum Na Caillich.

From £70 per person (minimum invoice £140 or two people).

Through the Glens Via the Saddle

Take a journey through two of Scotland's most beautiful glens, carved from granite by ancient glaciers. We cross from Glen Sannox to Glen Rosa via a short scramble over The Saddle. Fantastic opportunities for seeing red deer and golden eagle on route.

From £70 per person (minimum invoice £140 or two people).