Misty Murky Meggie

18th February 2015

Not the best of hill days for observations. Thaw conditions with some overnight rain loosened off a few wet sluffs on steepest slopes. The┬ádry start to the day then ended with a steady mizzle which chased me home……

A murky Coire a Chriocharein,  high on the North flank of Coire Ardair

A murky Coire a Chriocharein, high on the North flank of Coire Ardair

Gully bed surfaces slumping in many locations, with creep lines showing on flanks.

Gully bed surfaces slumping in many locations, with creep lines showing on flanks.

... a few fresh lumps cornice debris below crag aprons -should stabilise out a bit  with return of cooler conditions.

… a few fresh lumps of cornice debris peering through the mist below crag aprons -should stabilise out a bit with return of cooler conditions.

Comments on this post

  • Grant Duff
    18th February 2015 5:54 pm

    Hopefully next week a return to colder conditions and more snow just in time for me coming to the area.

  • Kate Gilliver
    18th February 2015 7:21 pm

    I certainly hope so, Grant, I’m coming up next week too!

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