A sunny day.

2nd April 2015

It was a bit claggy first thing, particularly on Lochnagar but the Glenshee Munro’s soon cleared after which it was a cracking day. Still plenty of unstable windslab on North-East and East aspects.

Our trail from yesterday.Compacted down the loose snow around the steps has been blown away.

Our trail from yesterday. Compacted down, the loose snow around the steps has been blown away.

Fresh footprints! A slightly harder surface to yesterdays snow but still poorly bonded underneath.

Fresh footprints! A slightly harder surface to yesterdays snow but still poorly bonded underneath.

Walkers reaching the summit. exposed areas are scoured.

Walkers reaching the summit. Exposed areas are scoured.

The pit site today. Not the deepest area but a metre of cold multi-layered snow.

The pit site today. Not the deepest area but a metre of cold multi-layered snow with easy shears.

In places East faces have substantial accumulations.

In places, East faces have substantial accumulations.

Glas Tulaichean. The old debris from the previous big avalanche obvious.

Glas Tulaichean. The old debris from the previous big avalanche obvious.

Beinn a Ghlo and Glas Tulaichean.

Beinn a Ghlo and Glas Tulaichean.

 

 

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