Coire an-t Sneachda

We left the North West Highlands this morning and on the way south stopped off at the Cairngorms for a quick route. After a pleasent walk into Coire an-t Sneachda, we climbed Goat Track Gully before descending the Goat Track. The gully was in good condition with ice bulges on each of the three pitches.

The Coire was very busy. All the gully and fault lines are still complete. Care is required in the current thaw conditions. For example, large amounts of loose rubble are present at the top of Red Gully and there are large wet cornices above the Trident Gullies.

Paul and Neil climbing Goat Track Gully.
Paul and Neil climbing Goat Track Gully.


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