Loch Arkaig Road Latestby Dan Bailey - UKHillwalking.com Feb/2013
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The road along the north side of Loch Arkaig, a popular access route into Knoydart and the Rough Bounds, will be closed on and off for repairs for much of the spring. There have been changes to the timetable since we last reported.
The work to the road and bridges, reported here on UKH is now expected to stretch from February into May (not April, as previously thought). The precise timetable of events seems to be taking shape slowly. Here's the latest from the civil engineering firm in charge:
A few unknowns there still, then: we'll keep you abreast of any further updates from the engineers.
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