A touch of frost.

1st April 2021

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What a difference a day makes, yesterday was damp and dreich, today has been super nice. There was a touch of frost in the glen with the vehicle windscreen frozen first thing this morning. There after we enjoyed a blue sky day with light moderate East winds. There is an obvious band of snow on the higher summits where the snow pack is generally well bonded and stable with only the occasional deeper accumulation on very steep wind sheltered terrain which is obvious and avoidable.



Beinn Eighe, Spidean Coire an Laoigh along to Sgurr nan Fhir Duibhe.


Creag Dhubh, Beinn Ehighe

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