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

On the horizon you can make out the Paps of Jura in the haze. Behind the boulders you can just see the summit of Cir Mhór (799m). To the right of it Caisteal Abhail (847m) and next to it the Witch's Step. Looking north (following along the ridge) is the summit of North Goatfell (818m) with Loch Fyne behind it. Turning north east the summit of Mullach Buidhe (829m), behind it you can just make out Cioch na h-Oighe (661m) towering over Coire na Ciche (The Devil's Punchbowl). The long ridge to the right of Mullach Buidhe leads out to Am Binnein, Coire Lan stretching out in front of it. Through Coire Lan the path from North Goatfell down to Corrie. Looking east the Firth of Clyde and on the far right the ridge to Meall Breac.

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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