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A book, written by Keith Stevens and Peter Whittaker, about trigpointing walks in the Peaks.
A book, written by Keith Stevens, about trigpointing walks in the Dales.
An e-book, written by John Davies, about the Primary Re-triangulation in Wales.
A book, written by a long standing T:UK member, about trigpoint walks in the Peak District.
TP5892 - Sgurr An Airgid
5th May 2012 13:00 by bowlesy
Great views! Slightly damaged.
8th Aug 2011 20:41 by CJO
Cylindrical trig. Parked at morvich visitor centre, Path initially a little poor but rapidly improves, some heavy showers with views obscurred somewhat by summit cloud.
5th Jun 2011 12:07 by peregrinus
Cylindrical pillar, spider gone, FB intact. Great summit. My old LR33 shows the path starting at 961216 by a new barn but nowadays the path starts at 945212.
8th May 2011 08:15 by German68
30th Apr 2008 11:08 by Wobbly
Bracket missing and top concrete eroded
10th Jul 2007 11:15 by Garth Fenton
A quick ascent from the camp site at Morvich, almost zero visibilty, climbed Am Bathach in the afternoon.
30th Jun 2004 15:45 by Drumlin
Concrete/aggregate cylindrical pillar, top eroded
2nd Apr 2000 12:00 by barryhunter
in blizzard so was to buzy trying to stand up than to look at the trigpoint!
8th Oct 1998 13:45 by fasgadh
A snowy visit. Not sure of condition but I will post the photo.
Sgurr an Airgid ©fasgadh
5th Jun 1993 14:15 by arranc
24th Oct 1990 12:00 by peregrinus
No details noted
2nd May 1988 19:52 by Fester
28th Jun 1976 15:00 by dal
Great view point. Day started poor, and then improved, so this walk was ideal. I am sure the trig was in very good condition back then.