2nd March 2024

An atmospheric day with continual lightly falling snow during the morning, no wind and a very calm atmosphere. A good blanket of snow presenting a wintry scene. The overcast sky certainly helped with the consolidation of the snowpack after yesterdays very cold temperatures- a bit of warmth and humidity has helped with the stabilisation process and the deeper accumulations although soft are much improved.

The Coire Ardair amphitheater.

Pinnacle Buttress and Easy gully with a party in ascent

A team friends heading up to the window.

Raeburns gully with another climbing party on the atmospheric route.

Comments on this post

  • Neil
    4th March 2024 5:07 pm

    I was one of the chaps on Raeburns, definitely atmospheric as well as hard work for my unfit old calf muscles!

    • meagaidhadmin
      4th March 2024 6:02 pm

      Good effort, Neil, and well done. It can feel relentless in there and be quite a workout.

      Thanks for your comment.

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