3rd March 2014

                                          Blue skies, deep snow and Avalanches

Buachaille Etive Mor and Coire na Tulaich (note the large cornices at the head of the coire).

A 3metre wall of snow dug by a snow groomer.

Deep, Deep snow the pylons are two thirds buried

The calm Southerly aspect of Meall a Bhuiridh from 1100 metres

Avalanche debris note the block size, the slab avalanche released on a layer of buried graupel/hail.

The fracture line propagated instantly for 400 metres around the top of the slope, this happen @ 970 metres on an Easterly aspect.

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