George and I headed over to do a scramble on Creag Meagaidh today. We headed into the lovely and secluded Moy Corrie but we were slightly dissapointed to find a vegetated and broken grade 2 'turf' scramble. Still it was an interesting route onto the plateau. It was a cool and windy morning with cloud down below 900m. On the descent down to the Window the cloud lifted and we got lovely warm sunshine, as promised. Still a lot of snow in the window area and looked like there had been a large snow holing party there recently with over 10 'holes' all over the place. Interesting to see the avalanche damage from February lower down the corrie with quite a few sizable trees uprooted. Good weather continues through to the weekend and beyond hopfully.