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Glenashdale Falls, Iron Age Fort ruin and the Giant's Grave

Glenashdale Falls, Iron Age Fort ruin and the Giant's Grave


Postby over2u » Mon Jul 07, 2014 9:52 am

Route description: Glenashdale Falls and the Giant's Graves, Whiting Bay

Date walked: 30/06/2014

Time taken: 2.5 hours

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Beautiful weather for my holiday to arran this year, only one wet day! :) which made a rather pleasant surprise.
Started off at the north entrance to glenashdale falls, to see the iron age fort ruins extended the walk to include the giant's grave.

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