……… and the trees are sweetly blooming, and the wild mountain thyme……

2nd April 2017

Not sure if it’s the spring we have missed or the winter but at times today it felt almost summer!

Some samples of what remains on our patch below….

(Above) At the very Eastern edge of our area – from afar, L-R Coire Dubh and Coire a Bhein

(Above) Working West  – Coire nan Gall

(Above) West again and behind the SNH Aberarder Farm house nerve(ous) centre and our Creag Meagaidh SAIS base – Sron a Ghoire

(Above) The Min Window  – on the plateau round between Cairn Liath – Coire a Chriocharein

(Above) Coire a Chriochairein

(Above) The Meggie range from afar L-R: Sron a Ghoire; Post Face cliffs of Coire Ardair; Inner Coire descending to The Window far right. A few cornice remnants still hanging about, above these North East to East facing coire backwalls

What next!??

DAILY Creag Meagaidh Avalanche forecasts end for the 2016/17 winter season However, we will continue to monitor weather and snow conditions leading up to and during the Easter holidays. Mountain information will continue to be provided here on our SAIS blog for the next period and for the Easter weekends.

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