No man’s land

7th February 2023

Sandwiched between the Creag Meagaidh and Lochaber SAIS areas, is no man’s land.  The hills to the East of Grey Corries and the hills to the East of Loch Treig are still holding onto snow at higher elevations on North and East aspects.  To gain the best insight into this area, it’s probably worth extrapolating information from both CM & LO areas and then relating to the no man’s land area.

Above: Stob a’Choire Mheadhoin on the left with Sgurr Innse in the centre

Above: View up the northern slopes of Aonach Mòr from the viewpoint of Sgurr Finniosgaig (663m)

Above: Aonach an Nid

Above: Chno Dearg, Meall Garbh and Stob Coire Sgriodain

Above: East face of Aonach Mòr.  [Credit: (never) off duty SAIS Observer RB]

Above: East face (The Back Corries) of Aonach Mòr.  [Credit: (never) off duty SAIS Observer RB]

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