New snow.

12th March 2021

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This blog is intended to provide hazard and mountain condition information to help plan safer mountain trips.
We had snow overnight but otherwise there was little new snow today. There was some drifting in today’s strong winds with deposits building in wind sheltered locations.
Currently it remains very icy underfoot.


A view from the t-Saiggairt Col down towards the Dubh Loch area. Patchy snow but some fairly extensive areas. 


Generally very icy underfoot but new softer accumulations have formed in wind sheltered locations.


Approaching The Stuic corrie. 

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