23rd December 2006

The first picture shows the remaining snow cover in Coire an Lochain. Despite warmer temperatures,inversions around 700-1100 metres mean that the snow is hard-frozen and icy. Combined with the rocky runouts, this presents very serious conditions, when the consequences of any fall are maximised. On a cheerier note, the other picture shows today’s all-girl team enjoying the winter sunshine!

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