The Fannaichs

25th March 2022

Another fine day in the hills. Little change in the stable and generally well consolidated spring snowpack. There continues to be a slow thaw at all levels and it is becoming more patchy as the snow diminishes. Very little snow remains below 650m.(Above) A panorama of the northerly Fannaich mountains. Summit cloud rolling in from the South-West burned off during the morning to give some great views.(Above) Most snow remains on North through East to South-East aspects above 800m. Although the snow surface softens through the day, it remains more firm on steep shaded North and North-West aspects, particularly around summit levels.

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  • James
    25th March 2022 6:42 pm

    Brilliant posting- is colder weather inbound?
    A casual Southerner fascinated by these posts here

    • torridonadmin
      26th March 2022 1:32 pm

      Hi James. Thanks for that. Yes, colder next week from midweek with a dusting of new snow on the high tops likely in the North West.

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