21st December 2020
The Scottish Avalanche Information Service would recommend that those wishing to enjoy the winter mountains refer to Mountaineering Scotland and Scottish Government advice regarding Covid-19 and outdoor activities.
(Above) Beginning to look a little more wintry on the tops. Firmer underfoot now above 900 metres, with a few icy patches developing in plateau areas
(Above) Cover is largely cosmetic – a few snow showers again affecting the area around midday as I made my way down from the ‘plateau’ areas.
(Above) Centre photo Boundary wall – on the Cairn Liath side of range, Coire Chriochairein
(Above) Some localised accumulations on a steep Easterly aspect providing the location for today’s pit (upper slopes of ‘Boundary Wall Gully’)
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