Whiting Bay to Brodick: Waterfall route

The final stage of the Arran Coastal Way has two options from Whiting Bay - this variant climbs up through woodland to visit the dramatic Glenashdale Falls. It then follows forestry tracks with good views to Lamlash, where the coastal variant is joined. After passing through this picturesque village it follows the shore for the final coastal walk round Clauchlands Point to return to Brodick.


Woodland path, steep in places, stony forestry track, road through Lamlash, coastal path can be wet and rough in places.

Public Transport

Whiting Bay, Lamlash and Brodick are all well by bus. Brodick is the terminal for ferries to Ardrossan on the mainland.


Ashdale Bridge, Whiting Bay. Open start point in Google Maps for directions.

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