Easter Monday.

28th March 2016


Poor visibility at an altitude of 1200 metres.


A sluff caused by rising temperatures. The damp surface layers were sliding off quite easily. However, these slides all tended to be quite localised and small scale.


Away form the highest summits visibility tended to be better. There is quite a uniform layer of fresh snow.



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