3 Munros and a Top
5th March 2021
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No, I didn’t walk 3 Munros and a top today (although I’d have loved to!), but scaled a smaller ‘viewpoint’ hill for observations into the higher Fannaichs. Less sunny than forecast and a cold breeze giving an unexpectedly high windchill. The snowpack remains very firm and stable in all locations. Most snow is neve, having been through a number of freeze thaw processes. It will be icy in places too especially around exposed summits.
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