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TP0795 - Ailsa Craig
21st Jul 2012 12:40 by Quadbarrel
What an amazing place. Day trip on the MFV Glorious with 3 hours ashore. Plenty of time to get to the top, and time enough for a spot of fishing from the pier before we left. Good day for it. A bit of hazy sunshine, but visibility good at our level. Well worth the wait to get here. Lots of history and pretty much everything untouched. Magic.
10th Apr 2011 14:02 by coinea
10th Apr 2011 13:59 by Clochandighter
A most memorable day out. Great weather. Boat trip out to and around Ailsa Craig aboard `MV Glorious`. The 1114Ft high island is approximately 10 miles out from the Ayrshire coast at Girvan. Three hours to land, explore island, and bag the summit trig point.
10th Apr 2011 10:20 by dugswell2
Brilliant sunny day on island with Paul Webster, Stephen Boff, Michael Earnshaw, richtea5040, Ian Brown, Lee Marsden, Simon Barnard, Ruud Vanruitenbeek + a few others.
21st Jun 2010 12:10 by asbown
over from Girvan,got dropped on the island on my own for 3 hours while everyone on the boat went fishing, stiff climb from the shore but the path is easy enough to follow,up and down in about 90 minutes,1st time in 8days in Arran and then Aryshire that the cloud rolled in but it soon cleared again,spent the rest of the time looking round the old building, great day out to finish my week away.
7th Oct 2007 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc, metal cap, deep letters. Stonebuilt, rather squat, in shelter cairn. Smallish grassy summit, steep path, great view including Arran and Kintyre. Revisited for the trig, this time with a Marilyn-bagging group, on MV Glorious as ever. Grey morning, lovely sunny p.m. 3h ashore, spent at summit and visiting the South Horn. A big bird-free outcrop was much admired by the climbers. Several hundred Gannets still on the sea cliffs.
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11th Sep 2005 13:10 by vegibagger
stone built trig. wonderful trip,weather superb. 17 of us in a boat from Girvan with three hours on the island
21st Aug 2005 12:51 by fasgadh
Stone built, intact and good nick on top of a quite rough and very steep hill, easy enough from the wardens cottage, the path through the bracken is well trampled. Rough crossing back mind.
21st Aug 2005 12:45 by arranc
worth the wait/expense
14th Jul 2002 12:00 by peregrinus
Great little island. Gatecrashed a Sunday School trip booking of the M V Glorious - excellent picnic :-)