Glencoe, March 27, 2006

Good old Scottish ‘White-mare’ conditions. The top of the hill was enveloped in a Föhn due to the very warm conditions. Must have been around 10 degrees C. Lots of water rushing off all the hills due to warm temperatures. Lower runs were broken including mugs alley. Main Basin was holding together well, did not stray too far from that due to visibility.

Conditions did not look promising this Monday morning as Gareth and myself headed up to Coe. Drizzle in the carpark just became mist as we got higher. Soft spring conditions with lots of slow ‘sucky’ patches. The home run down the plateau, although thin was fast and good fun. This could be the last day of the season unless we get colder conditions.