I looked around and there it was – gone…..

23rd January 2020

(Above) Hill fog affected summit areas for much of the day

(Above) Approaching a normally favoured snow-holding aspect on the Cairn Liath ‘plateau’ at around 900m.

(Above) The snow holding feature we refer to as ‘Sharks Gultch’  – between Cairn Liath and Sron Coire a Chriochairein on the Meagaidh horseshoe round (apologies for the camera blur – damp, moist conditions on the outing!)

(Above) Today’s  rather soggy 95 cm pit site affair on an Easterly aspect, at 920m (much of the last 30 cm of which  down to the work of  ‘The Apprentice’  – who sort of gets the idea!!)

Comments on this post

  • Andrew
    23rd January 2020 5:08 pm

    You lucky b……….s. I dream of 95cm of snow……!

    • meagaidhadmin
      23rd January 2020 6:18 pm

      Yes, well – did kinda have to trawl for it!

      I’m sure your day will come!!

      (This isn’t a recently ‘departed’ Andrew aka the late ‘Terry Jones’ by any chance…….?)

  • Stan Wygladala
    23rd January 2020 11:55 pm

    So glad I enjoyed the 60’s. Mid Feb should see a major improvement. At least the Apprentice dosen’t give a damn. Photos today from the summit of Snowden taken by a photographer wearing a Teeshirt ( reported by Ian Cameron).

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