/ An Teallach conditions
I've not been on it but I saw it from the north last weekend and know that a team walked away from the toll an lochain gullys on Saturday. It was thawing fast but has probably had a refreeze if it's been clear at night.
There was loads of snow on beinn dearg so I'd guess the traverse would still have some snow on it.
no further snow fall(at least at sea level for the last fortnight).
Well above freezing during the day.Cloudy nights recently.
Snow looking patchy but probably more than is apparent from road level and low surrounding hills.
Hope that is of some help.
This was last Wednesday if that is of any help http://gwilymstarks.blogspot.co.uk/2013/02/an-teallach-traverse.html
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