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A panorama of the view west from the summit of Goatfell (874m) on the Isle of Arran. An overview of what is in view starting from the left (i.e. looking south):

Just under Goatfell is Brodick Bay with Brodick. Behind it is Lamlash Bay with Holy Isle on the left. On the horizon you can make out the big lump of Ailsa Craig in the haze. Turning west Glen Rosa comes into view, beginning near Brodick and going all the way to The Saddle. In the distance Kintyre and the Isle of Sanda. Looking west are Beinn Nuis (792m) and Beinn Tarsuinn (826m) behind Beinn a' Chliabhain (675m). Looking north west you can just make out the Paps of Jura on the horizon. The distinctive shape of Cir Mhor (799m) towers over the northern end of Glen Rosa, just behind it to the right is Caisteal Abhail (847m). From Cir Mhor the ridge of The Saddle leads over to North Goatfell (818m, just behind the view indicator the man in the red shirt is leaning on). And on the far right half of the trig point on the summit of Goatfell (sorry the other half got cut off).

You can navigate by pointing your mouse over the panorama and moving it while pressing the mouse button. You can zoom in/out with the +/- controls just under the panorama.

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