The sequel- sunny Monday.

6th April 2015

Another cracker today. Snow cover really starting to break up now in the very mild conditions. The crags were ‘alive’ today. Falling ice, big bits at times, rocks and running water were good spectator sport. Lots of bits falling from the Corrie rim with plenty left to go.

Another cracking day. Gelder Shiel and Lochnagar.

Another cracking day. Gelder Shiel and Lochnagar.

Raeburns Gully, starting to break through.

Raeburns Gully, starting to break through, a nice trough from falling bits down the middle with still with some ammo left at the top.

Walkers on the plateau approaching Red Spout.

Walkers on the plateau approaching Red Spout.

The Pinnacle, mostly bare now.

The Pinnacle, mostly bare now.

Walkers passing The Black Spout, Right-Hand. Plenty bits left to fall.

Walkers passing The Black Spout, Right-Hand. Plenty bits left to fall.

Big skies over the The Stuic.

Big skies over the The Stuic.

That hill again, Beinn a Bhuird.

That hill again, Beinn a Bhuird.

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