Drifting and cornices: Bellevue Buttress

13th March 2007

Soaking wet today below 700m but with persistent drifting of snow above 900m. Plenty of cornice debris below most Easterly aspects with deep new slab build up on sheltered scarp slopes.
Almost no snow below 750m now giving the hills a distinctly brown look. Still plenty deep new snow above 900m in favoured accumulation zones.

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