Sunny Sunday!

5th April 2015

After the last couple of cloudy days it was great to be able to see something today! It was very mild, the streams and rivers carrying a bit more water. The snow cover is becoming patchy again, particularly over the White Mounth Munro’s.

Geese heading North.

Geese heading North.

Lochan, still frozen at 750 metres.

Lochan, still frozen at 750 metres.

Plane wreckage on Carn an t-Sagairt Beag. From an  RAF English Electric Canberra bomber.

Plane wreckage on Carn an t-Sagairt Beag. From an RAF English Electric Canberra bomber that crashed in the Fifties.

Loch Phadruig with Cairn Toul and Braeriach in the background.

Loch Phadruig with Cairn Toul and Braeriach in the background.

Corrie Kander with the Loch bottom left. Still hanging on to large cornices.

Corrie Kander with the Loch bottom left. Still hanging on to large cornices. Most Corries holding reasonable cover.

Eagles Rocks from Cairn Bannoch.

Eagles Rocks from Cairn Bannoch.

Typical of the area just now, snowfield on NE aspect.

Typical snow cover in the area just now, snowfield on NE aspect but broken away from these.

The Stuic, right and the summit of Lochnagar,  Carn cac Beag.

The Stuic, right and the summit of Lochnagar, Carn cac Beag. These West aspects have little snow now.

Beinn a Bhuird through the trees.

Beinn a Bhuird through the trees.

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