Adopted by Kevin.
Airgiod Bheinn is a pyramid of rock attached to the Beinn a’ Ghlo range. It’s rocky as well as being steep in places. If you want a rougher exit down from Beinn a’ Ghlo, this is the way to go. I chose to adopt Airgiod Bheinn to see more of Highland Perthshire.
From NN 951 708 south to where the new path ends, the path is extremely boggy all the way along (for about 150m) and walkers are creating more braiding further up hill to avoid.
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The section from the bealach between Carn nan Gabhar and Airgiod Bheinn is quite wide, at least 2 m wide for large sections of the way up the hill.
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Path feature failure
Exposed poly pipe on culvert.
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Blocked drainage feature
Cross drain full of small rocks where the built path ends.
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Ditch failure. Water overflowing on to path. There is a culvert to drain this ditch and it’s fine, just the water not getting that far. Photo has no location information. NN 9519170641
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