The Grey Corries

2nd March 2024

A very cloudy day in the Lochaber area today, pea soup above c.600 metres. Snow is consolidating at lower elevations but remain cold with localised instabilities above c.1000 metres.

Above: the corbett Cruach Innse (857m) before becoming engulfed fully in cloud.

Above: fairly typical snow cover at c.800m.  This was consolidating slowly as the day progressed.

Above: summit ridge of Stob Coire Gaibhre (958m), a Munro Top.

Above: the ‘Wee Minister’ who is said to bring good luck to climbers and walkers. 

Above: the Eastern flank of Stob an Chul Choire.

Above: the magnificent King of British mountains – Ben Nevis who decided to shrug off any cloud early evening. 

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