/ Corrie Fee/Winter Corrie Glen Clova - conditions check
Cheers. For info conditions are not too bad, snow is in decent nick and avalanche risk minimal.
Conditions on monday - https://picasaweb.google.com/112787736864755268686/WinterCorrie2013?authuser=0&feat=directlink
Was very warm up high but was solid underfoot in the corrie when I came down about 3.
we were there a couple of weeks ago (just a grade 1) so might not be what your looking for, but it may help along with those latest pics :)
Conditions and photo from Tuesday in Corrie Fee, see Outdoor Dimensions-Scotland on facebook.
Conditions were grand. Snow is well consolidated on the routes. Ice however not as good as it should. Too much running water under it.
Look C gully too thin.
Did B Gully with a reroute off to the right half way up waterfall pitch, due to ice on main route. Made it grade iv but good craic.
As we got back to carpark police and helicopter had just arrived MRT were on route, 3 trucks passed us as we left. They didn't say what was up, but a lot people out. Was not coire fee direction though
Elsewhere on the site
This Winter Conditions page gives a summary of what is being climbed at the moment, what is 'in' nick and what the prospects are... Read more
The Women's Mountain Equipment Cho Oyu Jacket is the perfect choice for female mountaineers an explorers who... Read more
If asked to name a British female climber who stood out at a time when British women's climbing wasn't... Read more
The Kendal Mountain Festival 2014 proved once again to be a busy and inspiring four days of films, photos, music, art... Read more
2012 saw the release of the beautiful first volume of definitive Yorkshire Gritstone climbing, produced by the YMC with Robin... Read more