Shortly after getting to my high point there was a big snow shower passing over. Quite dramatic. You could have been fooled it was a December day as the snow blew in and the temperatures were only just above freezing, probably.
The great cliffs of Tower Ridge, Observatory Ridge and NE Buttress can be seen from here. A brilliantly wild and immense location.
I walked back down the hill in drier conditions, the snow showers having eased off. The upper reaches of the mountain could now be seen in the higher cloud base. The Ciste Coire also had a good dusting of snow. For 20 minutes the sun popped out and a bit of blue sky above the summit of the mountain. I returned from a Winter landscape back into Autumn sunshine and colours.