A fine wintry day

24th February 2018

The dry, cold conditions continued to influence the area it was also bright and sunny. Summit temperate was minus 6.7 degrees celsius. East-South-Easterly winds were moderate to fresh at summit level and the freezing level was around 300 metres.

Ice forming in the River Coe @ 290 metres.

Sron na Lairig leading to Stob Coire Sgreamhach (out of the photo)

The three truncated spurs (the 3 sisters of Glen Coe)

Buachaille Etive Mor

From Meall a Bhuirdh looking South to Stob Ghabhar in the distance the rocky band and snowy ridge in the foreground is Sron nam Forsair part of Clach Leathad

The corniced ridge leading to Clach Leathad and Sron na Creise

Walkers enjoying the fine day, cramponing towards Clach Leathad the high point on the left

Ben Nevis the flat plateau peak seen in the distance

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