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Carn Liath (Beinn a Ghlo)

Beinn a’Ghlo is the collective name for the range of three Munros close to Pitlochry in Highland Perthshire. The southerly peak in the range, Carn Liath is a landmark from the south, looking over to Blair Atholl towards the Scottish Lowlands. Noted for its badly scarred path running up its south-west shoulder, it is representative of so many of our mountains in Scotland and beyond.

A Designated Special Area of Conservation (SAC) as well as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), Beinn a’Ghlo is home to several species of upland ground nesting birds, five of which have recently been elevated into the Birds of Conservation Concern 4 category otherwise known as the ‘red list for birds’.

Project Classification Status Start Gridref End Gridref
TMTP upland Available to Sponsor NN 92315 67835 NN 96408 72543
Carn Liath (Beinn a Ghlo)

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