Wednesday, 1 June 2016


One of the finest views in the Cairngorms
Repaeat performance, cloud lifting and blue skies
The ice and avalanche debris still ligers in the lochan
Top of Hells Lum
Marsh Marigold
The singing snowbunting
Feithe Buidhe
Hells Lum, Loch Avon, Sheltersone
The Highland heatwave continued today. Really just a repeat performance of the last few days. The West coast seeing blue skies from the word go. Over in The Cairngorms it was a cloudy, cooler start but by mid morning the cloud burned off and left clear skies and warm temperatures. A fresh, stiff breeze on the tops so not too hot! Snow patches aren't as big as last years. If you remember back to 2015 we had a much colder April and May. A wander over the Cairngorm plateau and down to the finest view in the whole of the area, Loch Avon and Shelterstone crag. More cloud tomorrow then another sunny and warm weekend. It may even continue into next week. If you like fantastic mountains and warm sun then The Highlands is the place to be!

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