A firm snowpack
17th January 2021
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The extensive snowpack is generally firm if traveling by ski. For those on foot its a breakable crust which gives support at higher levels. Although the freezing level was around 700 metres it felt cold in the strong Westerly winds.
Looking into Coire an t- Sneachda.
Coire an Lochain
Looking across the frozen Loch towards the Cairngorms this morning.
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