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Caisteal Abhail - Things to Know Before Visiting

Caisteal Abhail, Isle of Arran KA27 8HH, UK

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About Caisteal Abhail

Caisteal Abhail is a summit in the Arran region or range in Scotland. Caisteal Abhail is 859 metres high. All the walking routes up Caisteal Abhail on Mud and Routes can be found below. The top can be identified by the rock. Other Notes: The summit is crowned with a series of rocky tors, and in poor visibility it may be difficult to ascertain which one marks the highest point.

Attractions Near Caisteal Abhail

Cìr Mhòr
Cìr Mhòr1.27km from Caisteal Abhail

Cìr Mhòr is a Corbett known as the Matterhorn of Arran. Its name means the "big comb", referring its resemblance to a cockscomb. It is separated from the island's highest peak, Goat Fell, by a col called The Saddle. Oneof the iconic location in this area and attracts a lot of adventure lovers.

Beinn Tarsuinn
Beinn Tarsuinn3.17km from Caisteal Abhail

Beinn Tarsuinn is a mountain on the Isle of Arran, Scotland. It is the southernmost of the four Corbetts on the island, lying between Glen Rosa to the east and Glen Iorsa to the west. It is often climbed in conjunction with the neighbouring peak of Cìr Mhòr, to which it is linked by a rocky ridge forming the subsidiary top of A' Chìr. The simplest and shortest route up Beinn Tarsuinn is via one of the two ridges on either side of the Coire a' Bhradain; both ridges drop down into Glen Rosa, the u

North Glen Sannox
North Glen Sannox3.44km from Caisteal Abhail

Saint Nectan's Glen is an area of woodland in Trethevy near Tintagel, north Cornwall stretching for around one mile along both banks of the Trevillet River. The glen's most prominent feature is St Nectan's Kieve, a spectacular sixty foot waterfall through a hole in the rocks. The site attracts tourists who believe it to be "one of the UK's most spiritual sites," and tie or place ribbons, crystals, photographs, small piles of flat stones and other materials near the waterfall.

Goatfell3.56km from Caisteal Abhail

Goat Fell is the highest point on the Isle of Arran. At 874 metres, it is one of four Corbetts on the island. The mountain, along with nearby Brodick Castle, is now owned by the National Trust for Scotland. Goat Fell is a very popular peak and there are many possible routes of ascent, some of which may be combined with visits to the summits of other nearby peaks.

Loch Tanna
Loch Tanna5.18km from Caisteal Abhail

Loch Tanna is a water feature in Scotland and has an elevation of 1079 feet. Loch Tanna is east of Beinn Bharrain.

Lochranza Distillery
Lochranza Distillery6.05km from Caisteal Abhail

The award winning Lochranza Distillery is one of two distilleries that you can visit during your trip to the Isle of Arran. Their sister distillery at Lagg is also open for visitors to tour and taste some of the delicious whisky that the island produces. As one of the few independent distilleries in Scotland - and one that proudly follows traditional practice - the team in Lochranza promises a particularly fascinating experience

Where is Caisteal Abhail

Discover More Attractions in North Ayrshire Council, Where Caisteal Abhail Is Located

North Ayrshire Council

North Ayrshire is one of 32 council areas in Scotland. It has a population of roughly 135,280 people. It is located in the southwest of Scotland, and borders the areas of Inverclyde to the north, Renfrewshire to the northeast and East Ayrshire and South Ayrshire to the east and south respectively. North Ayrshire Council is a hung Council. North Ayrshire also forms part of the east coast of the Firth of Clyde.