Taken on: 24 Feb 2016 12:00
Location: Helvellyn headwall
Looking from the path down from Swirral Edge to the Helvellyn Headwall cliffs today
Date: 23 Feb 2016 04:50pm
Taken at: Swirral Edge
Looking down on Red Tarn from Swirral Edge
Date: 22 Feb 2016 12:20pm
Taken at: Swirral Edge exit
Looking down the steep snow slope at the top of Swirral Edge today
Date: 21 Feb 2016 02:30pm
Showing the extent of the snow on Swirral Edge after the latest 3-day thaw.
Date: 20 Feb 2016 01:20pm
Taken at: Keppel Cove
Winter skills clients learning snowcraft in a large drift near Keppel Cove
Date: 19 Feb 2016 12:30pm
Taken at: Red Tarn
A very rare moment of clarity at Red Tarn today. For the most part visibility was around 10m.
Date: 18 Feb 2016 12:25pm
Taken at: Helvellyn summit
The unstable cornices on the e side of the Helvellyn plateau. Do not walk out to the edge as there is nothing below you!
Date: 18 Feb 2016 11:25am
Taken at: North side of Striding Edge
Walkers crunching up good neve onto Striding Edge today
Date: 17 Feb 2016 12:20pm
Taken at: Top of Swirral Edge
As you can see, good navigation skills were essential today. This is the exit from the summit plateau to Swirral Edge
Date: 16 Feb 2016 11:50am
Taken at: Striding Edge
This pic does not show the gale force SSW winds blowing across Striding Edge today - apart from its lack of composition!
Date: 15 Feb 2016 11:45am
Taken at: Near the Hole in't wall
The best day so far this season & altho the snow remains soft for climbing some skiers with power kites were enjoying it