Costa Del Torridon

6th March 2024

It was another glorious day in Torridon with the temperature reaching 12 degrees Celsius in the village during the afternoon. Many people were sat out in the sun enjoying the views after a beautiful day in the hills. On the hill it felt pleasant in the sun when there was little wind. The winds were variable throughout the day and it felt chilly when the wind picked up, particularly in the shade.

There is little snow remaining in the Torridon area and the photos below give a good overview of where the old snow remnants are. Yesterday’s blog photos certainly looked more wintry, showing the Northern aspects of some of the same hills.

More snow remains across in The Fannichs on the Eastern side of the Torridon forecasting area, however when viewed from a distance this looked like it had depleted over the last 24 hours.

Beinn Alligin 986m.


The Southern slopes of Liathach and Beinn Eighe.


Beinn Damh (903m) and the North facing Spidean Coire an Laoigh.


Looking across the Southern Torridon hills which are the most Southern hills in our forecasting area. Maol Chean-dearg (933m) on the right-hand side is holding onto some snow on the Northerly aspect.


Spidean a’Choire Léith (1055m) the highest point on the Liathach ridge, with snow remaining in the East facing coire.


The Black Carls and Creag Dubh on Beinn Eighe, with the remaining snow being primarily on Easterly aspects.


Sgùrr nan Clach Geala (1093m) in The Fannichs viewed from afar.

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