1st April 2021
The Scottish Avalanche Information Service issues information to support permitted activity under current Scottish Government guidance.
This blog is intended to provide hazard and mountain condition information to help plan safer mountain trips.
To be honest – after yesterday anything would be an improvement. A little overcast to start, but by late morning a good deal of the cloud had dissipated giving a bright, sunny day. The old snow had firmed up overnight and had a well frozen top surface. The cover is very patchy now with very little snow existing under 900 metres. It was a cloudy view across to the main Cairngorms today but it was still apparent that the cover has become more patchy there as well. The patches are a lot larger though….
Very limited snow patches on Glas Maol and Cairn of Claise now. Hardly anything on The Cairnwell.
Looking SW from Carn nan Sac – not much white left….
Carn a’Gheoidh (974m). A dusting of new snow from yesterday.
Cloudy view over to the main Cairngorms. Much larger snow patches there…
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