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Tuesday, 11 September 2012
Fell 133 Feet Short
When Sir Hugh Munro classified the peaks of Scottish mountains, he chose 3000' as entry level. Goat Fell on Arran fell 133' short of that height. Would it have been that tad taller, think of the additional visitors Arran would have attracted over the years - the Munro-baggers, in particular. However, climbing to the summit does provide views of distant Ireland.