Squally showers but moderating.Many windward slopes are scoured.

11th February 2020

Squally showers affected the area again but not quite as intense. Further snow tonight then drier and becoming calmer tomorrow. Greatest amounts of snow are on  North-Easterly to South Easterly aspects.


West face Aonach Dubh

Aonach Eagach Southerly aspect

Buachaille Etive Mor, North Buttress to the left, Slime Wall and Ravens Gulley centre, Great Gully Buttress right.

Buachaille Etive Mor, North Buttess to the right, climbers on lower pitches.

Buachaille Etive Mor, D Gulley Buttress on left of centre, climbers visible on lower pitches. Rannoch wall is the steep section top right Curved Ridge lies at the base of Rannoch Wall.

Grauple in snowpack

Buachaille Etive Mor, The Waterslab looking Northerly.

Three Sisters  of Glencoe. Easterly aspects where most of the recent new snow has been deposited by the strong Westerly gales affecting the area over the last few days.

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