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Glenashdale Falls

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Glenashdale Falls

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Roam the wild landscapes, ancient ruins and charming fishing villages of the Isle of Arran on this 3-day tour from Edinburgh. This adventurous itinerary is ideal for those looking to escape the beaten track and includes accommodation and round-trip ferry tickets. Walk in the footsteps of Scottish national poet Robert Burns and discover the countryside known as ‘Burns Country’; visit the 18th-century Culzean Castle; and explore the remote Kintyre Peninsula.
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susiequeue22 wrote a review Oct 21
Castle Douglas, United Kingdom15 contributions8 helpful votes
Absolutely worth the walk. After heavy rain last night the falls were spectacular. After many, many, many island holidays to Arran this was my first visit to Glenashdale Falls and it won't be my last.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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nano1739 wrote a review Oct 3
Ipswich, United Kingdom503 contributions69 helpful votes
The view from the falls at the viewing point is stunning. The walk is quite steep and a bit scary if you come back the same way. I might try the graves walk on the way back another time
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Angela M wrote a review Sep 2020
Ardrossan, United Kingdom209 contributions42 helpful votes
A must visit on your trip to Arran. We got to the falls by parking in the little parking area to the side of the Coffee Pot in Whiting Bay. It was then signposted to the falls. After walking for a while through a forest area, we found a bench which was great to sit and have lunch and it afforded us views of the falls from a distance. We then continued our walk which took us past another small waterfall, and then to the iron Age Fort. Walking past these then led us to the Glenashdale Falls. There are great viewpoints created where you can take photos etc., After visiting the falls, you could then continue on in the same direction to visit the Giants Graves and then continue in the same direction again to end back up on the main road in Whiting Bay (the other side of Coffee Pot), just a couple of minutes walk back to where we started. It was a great circular walk, I think some walks are shown as going to the Giants Graves first and then onto the falls, however, we found the upward walk to the falls through the forest much better (and probably much easier than doing the route the other way around). it probably took us around 2-3 hours in total to do the full circle.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Isobel B wrote a review Aug 2020
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Went up the falls had a really good time. The path was very good dog enjoyed it as well would go back again
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Nutts007 wrote a review Aug 2020
Lytham St Anne's, United Kingdom115 contributions29 helpful votes
A lovely walk of around 4.5 miles . The falls are truly beautiful. You can also see ravens in the sides of some cliffs when you venture further into the wooded areas. Sturdy shoes and a bottle of water are required.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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