Taken on: 01 Feb 2019 12:50
Location: Path from Swirral Edge to Red Tarn
Although mostly in the cloud above 700m today, there was a brief glimpse of a frozen Red Tarn & Striding Edge.
Date: 01 Feb 2019 12:00pm
Taken at: Catstye Cam
Looking SW towards Striding Edge & Helvellyn
Date: 31 Jan 2019 01:30pm
Taken at: Swirral Edge
Spindrift being blown off a buried Swirral Edge
Date: 30 Jan 2019 12:00pm
Steve, our winter skills client getting more snow than he could have wished for today on Swirral Edge
Date: 29 Jan 2019 12:00pm
Looking up Swirral Edge today, under a good deal of fresh snow. More snow fell throughout the day.
Date: 28 Jan 2019 02:45pm
Taken at: Helvellyn summit
Helvellyn summit plateau today, showing the small but building cornices over the Red Tarn face
Date: 27 Jan 2019 01:25pm
Taken at: Striding Edge exit
An ice axe and crampons are now essential for the exit slopes from both Striding Edge and Swirral Edge
Date: 26 Jan 2019 02:00pm
Taken at: Col between Swirral Edge and Catstycam
A soggy winter skills course group today. Not much in the way of snow at this level.
Date: 25 Jan 2019 12:50pm
Taken at: Striding Edge
Only yesterday crampons were required to walk along Striding Edge. Now it is wet, damp rock with deep snow on its exit.
Date: 24 Jan 2019 01:30pm
Descending Swirral Edge and leaving the cloud covering the summit, Catstye Cam appeared in the sun.
Date: 23 Jan 2019 11:50am
Taken at: Birkhouse Moor
Helvellyn and the Edges back in winter conditions, albeit with soft, powder snow, on a blue sky day.