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Name:Airgiod Bheinn
Hill number:423
Height:1061.7m / 3483ft
Section:06B: Pitlochry to Braemar and Blairgowrie
Classification:Tu,Sim,MT,Mur
Drop:53.1m
Col:1008.6m  NN 9646 7258  
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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
804323/05/2015NN 96188 71988  F: Rock
O: Obvious summit
S: Obvious summit
K&AD
Summit
GJ
932112/08/2015NN 96468 72580  
S: Leica RX1250
alda
Col
GJ
932212/08/2015NN 96187 71987  F: Large rock
S: Leica RX1250
alda
SummitX
GJ
1565211/09/2016NN 96188 71988  F: Highest rockDSM
Summit
GJ
1999227/07/2017NN 96187 71987  F: Highest rockDSM
Summit
DM
-159907/04/2007NN 96189 71989  F: rock
S: obvious summit
DW
Summit
-160028/05/2009NN 96188 71989  F: rock
S: obvious summit
jimbloomer
Summit
-160113/10/2007NN 96188 71988  F: rock
S: obvious summit
dbb
Summit
-160211/03/2012NN 96188 71987  F: rock
S: obvious summit
DF
Summit
-160329/12/2014NN 96191 71984  F: rock
S: obvious summit
DSM
Summit



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With Jim F. lovely summit ridge. Tricky descent on scree back to the main path.Play2End09/06/2019
Brilliant day with trimarc2 and GFE experiencing sunshine, hail, snow and wind. Ascent from the car park by the Loch - Beinn a' Ghlo - Carn Liath, Beinn a' Ghlo - Braigh Coire Chruinn-bhalgain, Beinn a' Ghlo - Carn nan Gabhar and then off over Airgoid Bheinn back. 23km total.Fionalevey03/05/2019
With FE and GE after 3 Beinn a'Ghlo hills then steeply down to good path back to Loch Moraigtrimarc203/05/2019
With Gary AshmoreHighland Days30/03/2019
Steep descent after the 3 munroscjo01/03/2019
Beinn a'Ghlo Munros from Loch Moraig (where there were 5 Whooper Swans)Geoff Briggs20/12/2018
Part of the Beinn a'Ghlo round.Robinho0820/08/2017
With TMD. We walked the Beinn a Ghlò range. Firstly climbing Càrn Liath (975m) before continuing to Bràigh Coire Chruinn-bhalgain (1070m), then climbing to Airgiod Bheinn (1061m) before finally reaching the ultimate summit of the range at Càrn nan Gabhar, at 1129 metres. From the last summit there is no easy way back, so we dropped very steeply down the side of the mountain to Loch Loch to see the RAF Hercules XV 193 crash site, before making the long walk back through the valley on the track.meltdiceburg02/06/2017
Short diversion from main Beinna'Ghlo ridge walk. light snow and no views. Rocky outcropDenise 16/04/2017
From Loch Moraig with Sue - a round of Beinn a'Ghlo - Carn Liath, Braigh Coire Chruinn-bhalgain, Carn nan Gabhar and Airgiod Bheinn.Phreerunner30/09/2016
TD & CThis Dog29/08/2016
ghaley24/07/2016
From Loch Moraig a round of Beinn a'Ghlo - Carn Liath, Braigh Coire Chruinn-bhalgain, Carn nan Gabhar and Airgiod Bheinn.rhalstead12/06/2016
A very cool rocky summit. breakfast here then head down the ridge and back across the front of Bheinn a' Ghlo. Good overnighter.GravelMonkey06/09/2015
Weather fair.MountainMac13/08/2015
with Laura HowieTopsaswell30/05/2015
Steep pull up here after coming off Braigh Coire Chruinn-bhalgain. Most interesting peak on Beinn a'Ghlo.Columba31/07/2013
Circular walk of Beinn a'Ghlo from Loch Maraig. Lovely sunny, light wind, good views walk with Jeff and Ron. 7 hours.alexmaclennan01/06/2013
KeithByTheC09/06/2012
From Carn nan Gabhar, I then returned back over the other 2 Munros due to the stalking.isabelle31/08/2011
Returning to Blair Atholl at end of three-day Forest of Atholl backpack. Stayed at Tarf Bothy. With Ruth. Lunch just off from summit.AGWilliamson22/07/2011
lunch after thisJonathan01/07/2011
Rocky descent route from Carn nan Gabhar.Jhimmy21/04/2011
with Markgrimjimm25/07/2010
With Greg!akraw08/06/2010
self (Beinn a'Ghlo)davidsbatty16/05/2010
4 of 6: From Carn nan Gabhar.ChrisR31/10/2009
Solo.Dangerous Dave12/05/2008
A very rocky ridge - you've done the best of it when the path drops off right.signyred16/02/2008
On attempt of all Munros and tops in 2007ancient brit16/09/2007
SMMC day meet with Ian Cox.clashcityrocker15/08/2007
t103redcon06/01/2007
From Blair Atholl Railway Station.Grinner25/09/2006
Last top of the holiday easy on from the monro but care needed to make sure SW descent doesn't become S in amongst the scree and bouldersRhayader_wander16/08/2006
Solo tripInvicta1402/09/2005
self completing Carn Liath, Beigh Coire Chruinn bhalgain, Carn nan Gabhar 1 Top, 21.5km, 1410m, in 5.5hrJamesSDonald28/07/2005
With Jeanettedickscroop15/07/2005
ghaley30/05/2005
Esay approach from Carn Gabhar to the north. yorkie26/04/2005
See Carn Liath dbb23/10/2004
solo hike over the Beinn a' Ghlo group from just north of loch Moraig over Carn Liath, BCCB, Carn nan Gabhar and Airgiod Bheinn. This day felt like one slice of bread of a Colorado 14'er sandwhich as I was going out to California for a week followed by 4 days in Colorado in which on 13th Sept, I climbed highest peak of Continental divide Grays Pk 14,270 promptly getting high altitude major headache from transferring from sea level day before. Unwise!! Chose to fly from Glasgow as it's same distance as London from York specifically so I could grab some Munros either side of the trip. Oss and Dubhcraig on the 18th. Great Septembervegibagger03/09/2004
Rocky top on descent from Carn nan Gabhar on Beinn a Ghlo circuit. Terrific day out with Caroline and Colin. Mind the hedgehogs if you drive out at night in the rain - long story!nickywood126/08/2004
Crossed on the way back to Loch Moraig after a complete traverse of the three Munros.Windy Corner23/05/2004
Ascended after leaving the summit of Beinn a'Ghlo before descending.JohnW26/03/2003
Solo. From Monzie road end. Followed the track and then path up the SE ridge of Carn Liath to reach the summit. Followed the obvious route to Bràigh Coire Chruinn-Bhalgain and continued to Airgiod Bheinn and Carn nan Gabhar, the highest point of Beinn a Ghlo (1129m). The highest point is NE of the trig point, which has height 1120m. Descended to the south and then went SW to join the outward path. Weather was good, but cold with a strong north wind. Some hail.pwbellarby11/05/2002
Day's solo walk & cyclebarnz4815/05/2000
Galltywenallt24/07/1999
CK, Warwick, Eve SheilaS09/04/1998
Parked at Loch Moraig, went out over all three Munros and back over top and down its south ridge, contoured back to car - repeated w Jenx in 2008nordicstar24/10/1997
Beinn a'Ghlo round, finished despite the weather. Cold raining and very windy.iangalbraith13/04/1997