Stob Dearg, Coire na Tulaich and Lagangarbh.
Large cornices remain above Coire na Tulaich.
A Raven briefly came to inspect me (or potential food.......)
Stob na Doire NE Face from Stob Dearg.
|Looking North from todays pit site on Meall a Bhuiridh (Creise in foreground)|
|Looking South West from pit site (Large cornices on Clach Leathad ridge)|
|Glencoe snow shapers building jumps using new piste machine for the weekend. Glencoe.ski area has amazing cover over most of mountain.|
|Obvious redistribution of unconsolidated snow by high winds|
|Debris from the victim triggered avalanche (Sunday March 23rd 2014) on the 'Flypaper', Meall a Bhuiridh|
|Snow surface 'alive' with wind transported snow and showing scoured formations|
|Debris shoot below CrowberryGully|
|The shoulder of An Sron on the left with Beinn Maol Chaluim 907 metres in the distance.|
|West face of Aonch Dubh note the waterfall|
|A few hooded soles braving the rain|
|Light accumulations of wet snow above 950 metres - it turned to slush almost immediately.|
|Poor visibility but note the back rocks at1050 metres.|
|A brief clearing.|
|many hillsides have a lot of cascading water due to snow melt|
|Diminishing moist snowpack at lower levels.|
|Above 850 metres the snowpack is moist and firm in places.|
|The sun did try! in between the showers|