Ben Nevis day.

3rd February 2013

Carn Dearg, the Organ Pipes and the Castle Gullies. There was a large pile of debris just off the picture    below the Castle Gullies. This was probably from the avalanche cycle on Thursday. There is a pair heading up to the steepest of the lower ice falls. 
 A bit of ice is starting to form on the Orion face and surrounding area. 
 A team of mountaineers is dwarfed by the Carn Mor Dearg.
 The Trident Buttresses. 
There was a very distinct layer of graupel within the snowpack. 

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