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The weekend saw again some winds from the east with some snowfall and spindrift. The road up to the Cairn Gorm ski area was therefore impassible. On Friday we walked up to the Sugarbowel car park and then down to the stream. There we did some avalanche awareness and ice axe arrests. After that we went up to the Cas car park and saw the extent of the spindrift. Poor visibility to less than 50m and the snowplough couldn’t really clear much of the snow.

On Saturday we went to Drumochter to get away from the strong winds and have easy access to steep slopes. We managed to go through quite a lot of skills and have a look at some of the big cornices there. Sunday saw some calmer weather. The wind has eased and it was easier to have a look at some rope work.

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