/ 'Weird Ice Caves' on Creag Meagaidh

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Douglas Griffin - on 05 Mar 2013
Only a hill - on 05 Mar 2013
In reply to Douglas Griffin:
Interesting! They look a bit like very large ice mushrooms to me, but difficult to tell at that range...
Martin Brown on 05 Mar 2013
In reply to Douglas Griffin:

Looks similar to those that form on the Wand
http://www.ukclimbing.com/images/dbpage.html?id=214435

I was led to believe its caused by windy updrafts
In reply to Douglas Griffin: Hmm, a slow news day over on the BBC? (and here on UKH, too)
Gwilymstarks on 05 Mar 2013
In reply to Martin Brown:
> (In reply to Douglas Griffin)
>
> Looks similar to those that form on the Wand
> http://www.ukclimbing.com/images/dbpage.html?id=214435
>
> I was led to believe its caused by windy updrafts

Yeah, or ice caves used by the Polar Bear family that lives at Meagaidh. Don't let your
sensible ideas get in the way of fiction.
ice.solo - on 05 Mar 2013
In reply to Douglas Griffin:

having little scottish experience, can someone inform me what route and grade the line in the right photo is?
davy_boy - on 05 Mar 2013
In reply to Douglas Griffin:the big grey man is maybe on his holidays nobody has seen him near ben macdui for a while.
unclesamsauntibess - on 05 Mar 2013
In reply to Douglas Griffin:

............and this cretin is the avalanche forecaster..............we're doomed, all doomed...............
depthhoar - on 05 Mar 2013
In reply to unclesamsauntibess:
> (In reply to Douglas Griffin)
>
> ............and this cretin is the avalanche forecaster..............we're doomed, all doomed...............

Ouch!
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davy_boy - on 05 Mar 2013
In reply to depthhoar: i think he was meaning the big grey man i joked about not yourself :)

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