Laggan Walk

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The Laggan walk is a waymarked route along the right of way from Girvan to the village of Barr before branching west across over Laggan Hill.

The village of Girvan is worth a visit. It has an interesting harbour with fishing boats and RNLI lifeboat station. Trips may be organised from here to Ailsa Craig. Parking is available at the harbour. The town itself has interesting small shops with pottery available at the Wave Gallery.

The walk starts at the south side of the town, which can be reached along the prom from the harbour, however it is probably better to park as suggested at the car park south of Girvan. The first part follows the path towards Barr with fine views of the Byne Hill, Ailsa Craig, Arran, Kintyre and in the distance the Irish shore line to the west. To the east the Assel and Stinchar Valleys show a panorama over hills and fields.

Scotland - South Scotland - Ayrshire and Arran - Countryside


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