Mark and I headed to Glencoe in the hope that the heavy snows from the previous weeks hadn't been removed by the high temperatures....
Our last outing had been scuppered by high winds and too much snow and this time the constant was the wind but the disappointment was the disappearing snow. Still expecting some snow we soon realised as soon as we saw the famous view coming out of Rannoch Moor that it was going to be a scramble. The forecast had predicted the temperature to drop overnight but this had not happened as early as planned with it still registering 5 degree at the foot of the mountain.
We headed round to curved ridge and had an enjoyable scramble then a face blast from the summit down in snowy windy conditions. Good fun and good to be out. Wonder if this weekend will bring a freeze and return to winter J
Some thoughts and reports from my outdoors activties...