Lorna walking into a bright, sunny Sneachda with the Twin Ribs area over to the right.
The straightforward ground on the Ribs was ideal for Lorna to get used to this winter thing, and a better way up to the Fiacaill Ridge than the long slog up the approach slopes.
Someone had already beaten me to the next belay!
The RAF came for a wee fly past whilst we were there.
Looking across the corrie from the Ribs.
From the top of the ribs we followed the Fiacaill Ridge to the plateau. The ridge still had a decent covering of snow giving some entertaining sections; probably about grade II ? Didn't see anyone climbing the Fiacaill Couloir but it seemed complete-ish? There were teams topping out on the Fiacaill Buttress though.
Large droopy cornice over the Jacobs Ladder area which everyone avoided by heading over to the right.
More cornices over the Trident Gully area.
Climbers at the top of (i think) Fingers Ridge?
Lorna and those cornices! The top of Jacobs is in the centre of the picture, but is way too dodgy to go anywhere near it. Anyone climbing near there exited way over to the right.