Some cloud to start

28th March 2017

Another warm, bright day at Creag Meagaidh, with just a little cloud to start – a hint perhaps of things to come as  high pressure moves away and a more changeable pattern develops; rain showers in the forecast for tomorrow!

(Above) Main path to Coire Ardair – some cloud around over the summits to start the day

(Above) Coire a Chriochairein

(Above) Coire a Chriochairein – largest cornice remnants hanging around over some selected, mainly NE to E aspects

(Above) Inner Coire Ardair – and slopes to ‘The Window’

(Above) Cornice remnants, Inner Coire Ardair – again largest remnants on NE – E aspects over lower grade gully lines,  likes of Cinderella

(Above) NE Gullies Sron a Ghoire – still enough snow remaining for us in these popular snow pit site gullies. Many plateau areas becoming pretty bare.

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