Description

When hiking in the mountains on the Isle of Arran you cannot fail to be impressed by their magnificent profiles, even when compared to the greater mountains of the Highlands on the mainland. The central part is an ancient caldera, eroded by the elements and time and on the western ridge of North Goatfell you will find this curious arrangement of rocks. To me it resembles the fossilised remains of a long dead dinosaur. A magnificent place to just 'take in the view'.

Provenance