Ben Nevis Day.
4th March 2016
Conditions were relatively clear on Ben Nevis this morning. However, by lunchtime the cloud level had dropped to to around 700 metres, and that combined with blowing snow gave poor visibility. In general the wind was from the the North-East. However, the North face of Ben Nevis has some complex topography, which causes the wind to swirl about, often creating a complicated pattern of windslab distribution, which should be treated with care.
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