Tuesday 28th November 2006

Conditions today took a turn for the worse with higher temperatures and a southerly wind with intermittent rain showers, The east ridge of Beinn a Chaorainn at Loch Laggan was todays target a classic Grade 1 but alas it had no snow though some good sport was found on a couloir leading to the ridge from Coire na h-Uamha which went at about the same grade.
Southern Coire

View from Beinn a Chaorain to Loch Tulloch
As the day continued the snow pack continued to disappear and by the time I had made the round trip onto Beinn Teallach most of it’s summits snows had gone and the view to Aonach Mor had become browner so heres hoping for some more snow and a sharp dip in temperature.

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