/ Websites/ Apps do you use to watch Winter Conditions

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Boulderdash86 on 04 Dec 2012
As it says whats apps/ web sites do people use, I start by listing...

Websites

http://www.mwis.org.uk/

http://www.snow-forecast.com/resorts/

http://www.visit-fortwilliam.co.uk/the-ben-nevis-webcam-fort-william-scotland


Apps

Ski Report (although dosnt seem to have updated as saying Cairngorm is still closed)
Andes - on 04 Dec 2012
In reply to Boulderdash86:
This is useful if you're climbing in Scotland, gives a great picture of where it's snowing right across the country.
http://trafficscotland.org/map/?x=270000&y=755000&scale=5348388&itemtypeids=26
mattrm - on 04 Dec 2012
In reply to Boulderdash86:

All those sites, plus:

http://www.scottishwinter.com - the best website out there

http://www.ukclimbing.com/logbook/winter.html - the ukc winter page, useful to find out what's been done at a bumbly level
Only a hill - on 04 Dec 2012
In reply to Boulderdash86:
The #scotwinter hashtag on Twitter is amazingly useful--real time conditions and photos from climbers of all levels of ability.
anaesthetic on 04 Dec 2012
Lake District Fell Top Assessors

http://www.lakedistrictweatherline.co.uk/
MtnGeekUK - on 04 Dec 2012
In reply to Boulderdash86:

#welshwinter or @welshwinter does the same as above for Wales.

As said, great to get live pictures / updates from across twitter.
Scott_vzr on 04 Dec 2012
@scotwinter first and Traffic Scotland Live Eye web cams at Glencoe and Rest and Be Thankful etc.
ads.ukclimbing.com
davy_boy - on 04 Dec 2012
In reply to Boulderdash86: www.winterhighland.info as well lots of tourers reports over the winter giving a good idea of conditions and all the ski area webcams in the one place.

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