Snow time.

10th February 2020

Great to see some decent snowfall at last. We’ve also had some very significant winds, in excess of 100 mph  so any snow was restricted to the most sheltered of locations.

More snowfall with drifting tomorrow and hopefully an improvement in our snowpack coverage.

Deer foraging in a heavy snow shower this morning. So far this season they’ve had to do very little of this.

 

A shot through a wet camera lens…… Keen and well prepared team. Character building!

 

Hopefully Glenshee Ski Centre will get some decent conditions later this week.

 

Poor weather above 900 metres. There is likely to be some challenging conditions over the next couple of days.

Comments on this post

  • Kevin
    11th February 2020 10:06 am

    “Tomorrow will be very difficult on the hill with lizards and strong winds.” – thanks for the warning, I’ll be staying clear as I don’t want to aggravate my herpetophobia.

  • Richard T
    12th February 2020 4:36 pm

    Thanks for the shout out SAIS!
    The keen and well prepared team were from Bremex Mountaineering Club, a national club, affiliated to the BMC, which emphasises skills sharing and Quality Mountain Days. Our members include qualified ML and IML who wish to practice and keep their skills up to date, as well as others who are interested in leading groups or are working towards ML. New members are always welcome! Find us on FB, Insta or web.

  • Lizzie
    12th February 2020 5:16 pm

    Hello!!

    It was us 🙂

    This photo shows my mountaineering club – Bremex. As a bit of selfless marketing we are a national club which emphasises skills sharing and Quality Mountain Days. Our members comprise qualified ML and IML who wish to practice and keep their skills up to date, as well as many others who are like multi-day mountain adventures, or are working towards ML-esque qualifications. New members always welcome! Website here: http://www.bremex.org.uk/

    Was nice to meet you on the mountain

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