Sunshine brightened things up this morning.

14th February 2022

A light cover of new snow fell overnight with North-Westerly winds forming isolated areas of windslab on the highest slopes. Forecast is windy with for more snow overnight followed by sunshine and snow showers through the day. Unstable windslab will form in sheltered gullies and on North-West through North to South-Easterly aspect with fragile cornices forming above some of these areas.

“Glencoe Mountain” ski area had most lifts operating on Monday which became popular once the word got out.

 

 

High on the East Ridge of Meall a Bhuiridh

Looking South-West from Meall a Bhuiridh. Clach Leathad in the foreground, Stob Ghabhar at the rear.

Glencoe Ski area looking good in the sun, Most lifts were opened today giving a great day out.

The Spring Run

Stob Dearg Buachaille Etive Mor

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