Burns Day

25th January 2018

After some new overnight snow which fell down to 200 metres it was a predominately dry day. Ski-ing resumed at GlenCoe Mountain after a few days of respite caused by the strong winds these winds have filled in the Haggis trap a well known feature on the mountain. However, this did not deter the owner of the Ski area from trying to prepare for the supper tonight.

Lets get Haggis!

A lot of wind scoured areas are now firm and icy as the moist snowpack is re-frozen.

View from 1000 metres looking down on to Creag Dhubh at 749 metres

A small slab avalanche cut by a skier this on a North-East aspect at 865 metres

Looking towards the Buachaille Etive Mor and GlenCoe beyond

The three Sister’s of GlenCoe – snow lying in the foreground at 300 metres

Stob Coire nam Beith with An-t-Sron on the right


Comments on this post

Got something to say? Leave a comment

    Latest Glencoe Avalanche Report
    RSS Feed
    Keep up to date by subscribing to our RSS feed
Service funded by sportscotland
Forecast data supplied by the Met Office
SAIS Sponsors