Views of Ben Nevis

31st March 2024

Todays observations were from Carn Mor Dearg with some fantastic views to Ben Nevis. It was a dry, cloudy day with some sunshine and moderate South-Easterly winds.

A colder forecast for tomorrow with the snow surface expected to refreeze above around 1000 metres. Slightly colder again on Tuesday and Wednesday with the possibility of some snow showers.

Ben Nevis


Orion Face and Observatory Gully area, Ben Nevis


Coire na Ciste, Ben Nevis


Many cornices remain on Ben Nevis and will be prone to collapse in mild temperatures particularly where in the sun. This is above the central gully area in Coire na Ciste.


Looking across the Carn Mor Dearg arete to the Mamores.


Aonach Beag on the left, Carn Mor Dearg on the right with some minor roller ball activity visible on the slope in the sun.

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