Overcast, Cloudy and Cold in Torridon

21st March 2020

Covid-19 – SAIS general advice regarding mountain activities.
In its daily blogs SAIS forecasters illustrate the mountain landscape with the objective of providing information regarding snow cover and mountain hazards. This information is intended to enable enjoyment of the winter mountains with knowledge and safety and aid decision making and route choice for those planning to visit Scotland’s hills and mountains.
During the current situation with Covid-19 we would encourage all those going outdoors to be mindful of unintended consequences of their actions and the potential impact on medical and rescue personnel. Consider your objectives carefully in relation to current conditions and BE SAFE
For further information regarding Covid-19 please follow the information provided by Mountaineering Scotland  the British Mountaineering Council and the UK Government.
With grateful thanks the SAIS team

Overcast, Cloudy and Cold in Torridon.
Below, Coireag Dubh Beag on Liathach

Above, Looking North from Liathach past Carn na Feòla and Beinn an Eòin towards Loch Maree.

Below, an icy Coireag Dubh Mor.

Above, good cover at the profile site on the North side of Liathach.

Below, Southerly aspects on Beinn Eighe hold far less snow.

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