Stunner.

25th February 2020

A great day, well for skiers anyway.

The snow cover is very good but varies greatly in depth as the soles on my skis now show!  Glenshee Ski Centre pistes and side pistes looked in great shape.

Away from the centre it was great to see a few tourers out, there are plenty options available. Little new snow forecast tomorrow but expect a bit of redistribution in strengthening winds.

What a great start to the day- Beinn a Bhuird first thing. Some great options for forest skiing at the moment.

 

Recent surface snow instabilities at 800 metres.

 

Few ski tourers out today.

 

Great skiing in Corrie Fionn.

 

A few mountain hares blending in.

 

 

Cornice collapse. I expect there has been a few throughout the area.

 

A view over Corrie Fionn.

 

East Face Glas Maol. Again more shallow surface instabilities. On the far side there is older debris/cornice collapse. Little Glas Maol has good coverage with some debris collapse noted in places.

 

Recent changeable winds have given some more options to Glenshee Ski Centre. Hopefully more pistes open soon.

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