Too hot for huskies!

16th March 2016

It was a stunning day with bright sunshine and warm conditions. The snow softened rapidly on East and South facing aspects, remaining firmer in the steep and shady North facing corries. It is forecasted to be very similar tomorrow, so if you are owed a day off…….. Remember your sunglasses!

Siberian husky Yukon, basking in bright sunshine

Siberian husky Yukon, basking in bright sunshine

Cloud inversion to the south of Creag Leacach

Cloud inversion to the south of Creag Leacach

Debris on an East aspect from cornice collapse and a steep rock outcrop

Debris on an East aspect from cornice collapse and a steep rock outcrop

Firmer conditions in the shady North facing corries.

Firmer conditions in the shady North facing corries.

Full inversion looking South from the summit of Creag Leacach - sorry Perthshire!

Full inversion looking South from the summit of Creag Leacach – sorry Perthshire!

Wolf attack! Note the lonely couple of hills managing to poke through the cloud.

Wolf attack! Note the lonely couple of hills managing to poke through the cloud.

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