Plenty on snow on the tops.

5th March 2016

A fine day in Glen Coe today. Pretty good snow cover above about 700 metres, and is often the case in the Coe there is more snow when you get up high than is apparent from the A82. Although there has not been a significant snowfall for a few days now, there are some patches of unstable windslab about.


Creise and other Glen Coe hills behind


The North East face of Clach Leathad. The area just underneath the crags below the col is often the locations where snow last the longest in the summer in Glen Coe.


Clach Leathad from the ridge.


Some significant cornices exist.

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