High Fannich coires

14th March 2024

A pleasant day in The Fannichs with early morning cloud lifting, sporadic sunny spells and light winds. Compared to our coastal Torridon range, snow cover is much greater inland with greatest amounts still being found in the high North-West to East facing coires. Tried to get as many photos as possible today since we are expecting a very different [whiter] picture tomorrow.

Above: Càrn na Creche (961m) on the left, Meall a’Chrasgaidh (934m) on the right from Loch Droma. 

Above: Subsidiary low North-East flank off Beinn Liath Mhòr Fanaich.

Above: North-East face of Sgùrr Mòr (1110m) and West face of Beinn Liath Mhòr Fannaich.

Above: North-East face of Sgùrr Mòr (1110m).

Above: North Face Sugar Breac (999m).

The following 3 photos are outwith the SAIS Torridon & Fannich boundary.

Above: Beinn Dearg (1084m) et al. 

Above: An Teallach range. 

Above: Ben Wyvis from Loch Glascarnoch. 

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