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Eas-Mor

Opposite Church Brae, Kildonan KA27 8SG, Scotland
+44 1655 882009
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Stunning!

Wonderful views out to sea to Pladda and Ailsa Craig from the climb, culminating on a viewing... read more

Reviewed 16 September 2017
grufflux
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Aviemore, United Kingdom
Amazing Library

That is no mistake in the title, the walk to Eas Mor on Arran takes you to the most delightful... read more

Reviewed 22 April 2017
JGrant44
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Cork, Ireland
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Opposite Church Brae, Kildonan KA27 8SG, Scotland
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Reviewed 16 September 2017

Wonderful views out to sea to Pladda and Ailsa Craig from the climb, culminating on a viewing platform with a terrific vista across to the waterfall. The access is generally a work in progress, and the path can be a bit uneven at the best...More

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Reviewed 22 April 2017

That is no mistake in the title, the walk to Eas Mor on Arran takes you to the most delightful library you may ever come across. That is the reason for my 5 stars. The waterfall itself plunges from a good height down the face...More

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Reviewed 9 February 2017 via mobile

This is a fab walk if a bit hilly to an impressive waterfall and beyond to a loch.It was very rainy when we went so the water was spectacular comparable to Arra force on the mainland.The paths are being improved giving an essential thing to...More

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Reviewed 20 September 2016 via mobile

My partner and I took a walk up Eas Mor on our recent trip to Arran. Absolutely stunning views of the Ayrshire coastline, Ailsa Craig. Beautiful waterfalls at parts too. Not the best if it rains as it can be a little slippy but all...More

1  Thank Amy B
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Reviewed 30 August 2016

Was meant to climb Goatfell but due to chest infection had to rethink and picked this route instead. We followed the track past the Waterfall and went as far as Loch Garbad. This was deserted and a peaceful place to stop for a wee picnic....More

Thank Emma B
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Reviewed 2 August 2016 via mobile

Lovely short walk, quite steep in places so it's a little challenging but you are able to push a pram up there because we did it easily. Lovely little wooden hut with a grass roof at the top with books and drawing materials for the...More

Thank Julia A
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Reviewed 28 July 2015 via mobile

I enjoyed the beautiful views during a welcome stop-off and rest from a hilly run up to Loch Garbad from Seal Shore Campsite.

Thank Alastair N
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Reviewed 6 December 2014

Actually did this walk when the bluebells were out ... however had some difficulty in getting TripAdvisor to list this attraction - still do not know what the difficulty was - hence the late review. The 'centrepiece' at Eas-Mor (which means “Great Fall”) is the...More

3  Thank The_Mystery_Guest
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Reviewed 1 December 2014

Love Arran, first class hotel and as for dislikes - nothing, it is a little piece of heaven that fell out the sky and landed in the clyde.

3  Thank Shonah Mhairi G
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Reviewed 23 November 2014

Brilliant walk to the stunning Waterfall. There is a log cabin nearby with some books and you can add a picture to the wall if you want! Carry on up the path to the beautiful Loch Garbad. Watch out for the path being blocked by...More

3  Thank Graham B
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