The sun always shines ….

29th March 2022

After the early morning fog burnt off, it was another fine day in Torridon.  High cloud started to build around midday.  Temperatures still seemed high at midday today, 3.6 degrees at 867m.  It does look like summer thermals will need to be replace with winter woolies for the next few days.

Above:  early morning fog didn’t hang around long.  Looking towards the eastern end of Beinn Eighe.

Above: East ridge extending from Spidean Coire nan Clach. 

Above: west ridge extending from Spidean Coire nan Clach

Above: Liathach

Above: high slopes of Coire an Laoigh

Above: not too shabby a venue for today’s test site.  Note the footprint impressions showing that the snow hadn’t firmed up at this stage.  This is at 867m on an east aspect.

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