Saltire Scholar Eilidh describes her day trip to the Isle of Arran, where she visited Brodick Castle, explored the Country Park, and reached the peak of Goatfell.
If you are strapped for time we recommend that you do not miss visiting the Isle of Arran. Commonly referred to as ‘Scotland in miniature’, Arran seems to embody the nation’s wide variety of landscapes from rugged peaks, to gentle rolling hills, to craggy island coastlines.
Celebrating the 30th anniversary of St Kilda as the UK’s only World Heritage site listed for both its cultural and natural heritage, read more about the ‘Love our Islands’ campaign and how you can get involved.
Scenic hiking at Trust properties with spectacular views of the Scottish landscape.
In 1947, the 800-year-old Brodick Castle was paid a very special royal visit!
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