Adventure Carrick are outdoor adventure activity specialists based in Girvan, South West Scotland. They are open all year round.
Ailsa Craig, sometimes referred to as the Granite Jewel of the Firth of Clyde, is an island that sits in the outer Firth of Clyde.
Aird Hill is a summit in the North of Great Cumbrae, overlooking the north and west coasts of the island.
Ardeer Quarry Local Nature Reserve contains a mix of wetland, woodland, scrub, and grassland habitats.
The stunning Ardencraig Gardens, situated in Rothesay, were originally designed as part of the nearby Ardencraig House.
Arran is the perfect place for adventure! Why not try your hand at a range of activities? Our friendly instructors are here to help you try something new today.
Ascog Hall and its stunning Victorian Fernery is a fascinating day out, especially for nature lovers.
Ballochmartin Bay is wide sweeping bay of sand, cobbles and stones
Barassie Beach is situated just round the bend in the coast, from Troon Beach, meaning it does not get nearly as busy as Troon beach.
Bennane Head is a section of land that juts into the Firth of Clyde around 11 miles south of Girvan.
Originally gifted to the town of Kilmacolm in 1897, Birkmyre Park is now a hub of community activity
Blackwaterfoot beach is a stunning sandy beach in the tranquill village of Blackwaterfoot.
The Brig o' Doon, sometimes called the Auld Brig or Old Bridge of Doon, is a late medieval bridge in Ayrshire
Brodick Beach sits below Goatfell which together with Brodick Castle, makes one of the most iconic viewes on the island of Arran
Butter Lump is small rock a few yards offshore towards the South East of the island of Great Cumbrae.