Goat Fell (Ayrshire)

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    Goat Fell is the highest peak on the Isle of Arran, Aryshire, Scotland.

    The peak is at 874 metres (2,866 ft), and is one of the four Corbetts (mountains in Scotland between 2500 and 3000 feet high) on the island.

    Goatfell is a very popular peak and there are a choice of ascent routes, with the most common and easy route taking a constructed path of approximately 3 miles (5 km) that starts from nearby Brodick Castle in Cladach. The start takes you through forested grounds of the castle, then at approx. 1,000 ft (300 m) the path moves from forest into bare moorland, reaching the summit by way of the east ridge of the mountain. There is a viewpoint table at the summit and on a good clear day Ireland may be seen.


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