/ Crowberry

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jas wood - on 13 Mar 2013
Anyone had a nosey in crowberry gully to see how its holding up ?
Hay - on 14 Mar 2013
In reply to jas wood:
Jas, I was in Glencoe yesterday. Not on the Buachaille but did have a good gawp at Crowberry from the road. The hill is nearly stripped with snow level almost at at top of curved ridge. However gully lines remain white and crowberry looked complete. If contitions in scnl are anything to go by the. It would be a total romp.
Hope this helps and be sure. To post if you get on it.....iwould like to get on it next week,
Bruce
jas wood - on 14 Mar 2013
In reply to Hay: If it is intact and still cold i'll assume it may be climbable unless we get a big dump of snow prior this is good news
IanMcC - on 14 Mar 2013
In reply to Hay:
You free to "help the aged" this weekend? (Reply offline)
Simon Caldwell - on 14 Mar 2013
In reply to jas wood:

Last time someone asked this, and someone else replied to say it was in perfect condition but deserted, there were big queues of people hacking it to pieces for the next few days.
deanstonmassif on 14 Mar 2013
In reply to Hay:

> Hope this helps and be sure. To post if you get on it.....iwould like to get on it next week,

Yeah? Who with?

Nick

hexcentric - on 14 Mar 2013
In reply to Toreador:

Looks melted to me!
Joak - on 14 Mar 2013
In reply to hexcentric:
> (In reply to Toreador)
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> Looks melted to me!

Heard unconfirmed reports that the River Coupall is unfordable at the Ville and the bridge at Lagangarbh has been washed away by high river levels caused by snow melt!
Hay - on 14 Mar 2013
In reply to IanMcC:
Ian. I have replied to you under separate cover (i.e. Pus-book)

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