(Nearly) clear summits

27th February 2021

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Highest summits remaining shy and hiding in the clouds for the majority of the day.  True to form, they started to clear as we retreated off the mountain.

(Above) Looking south along Druim Rèidh to Toman Còinnich. Greatest snow accumulations are still found above 800m.

(Above) Looking onto the North-East slopes on A’Chailleach. The lochan is at 660m and is showing the ice starting to break up.


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