Cold and Bright, a little more White

6th April 2021

Covid -19

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This blog is intended to provide hazard and mountain condition information to help plan safer mountain trips.

A cold and bright day with prolonged periods of sunshine. Snow showers overnight became less frequent and eventually eased during the morning. Summits temperatures were around -8 degrees Celsius. The winds were strong North-Westerly. Further new snowfall to all levels where it mostly is lying on bare ground. Localised and shallow accumulations of windslab have continued to develop in wind sheltered locations, mainly on East through South to South-West aspects. Coire rims and gully tops are most affected. The older snowpack remains frozen, hard and icy. The avalanche hazard is Low.



Frozen water courses and icy paths in Coire na Tulaich at around 400 metres.

Am Bodach looking a little whiter than yesterday.

View across Loch Leven towards Garbh Bheinn in the Ardgour hills.

Stob na Doire on Buachaille Etive Mor.

Stob Coire Raineach on Buachaille Etive Beag with Sob coire nan Lochan and Bidean beyond .

Lagangarbh Cottage and Stob Coire Raineach.

Stob Coire nan Lochan.


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