Creag Meagaidh – a view from a ‘Fara’

10th February 2021

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This blog is intended to provide hazard and mountain condition information to help plan safer mountain trips.

(Above) A fine view of  Creag Meagaidh today from ‘The Fara’ hills (behind Dalwhinnie); the dip in the skyline centre of photo denotes ‘The Window’

(Above) View to the hills on the East side of Drumochter, from lower down on ‘The Fara’. Most West aspects are holding the best snow just now, although very variable surface conditions exist; surface hoar underfoot here today at all elevations.

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