Sgurr nan Coach Gala & Roman Coinnich

28th March 2023

[Spell check ….. *sigh*]

A dry morning enabled some summit (ish) photos before the rain/cloud/ming became established late morning.  A smattering of wet snow on the highest summits (definitely more in the Fannichs) will rapidly disappear this evening as the freezing level remains above the summits and is accompanied by mist, drizzle, fog and rain.

Above: Eastern end of Beinn Eighe. Coire Domhain and the North-East coire of Creag Dhubh most obvious.

Above: South aspect of Beinn Eighe with the East facing Coire an Laoigh holding the (only?) snow.

Above: Spidean a’choire Leith’s (1055m) East facing summit coire still holding some snow.

Above: Looking up to Beinn Liath Mhor Fannaich. Mainly devoid of snow.

Above: North-West slopes of Meall a’Chrasgaidh (934m). Sgùrr nan Clach Geala (1093m) peeking in from behind which is holding more snow.

Above: Lower slopes of the Sgurr Breac (999m), Toman Còinnich (935m) and A’Chailleach (997m) skyline.

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