The basin beneath Crowberry Tower looked very scarey.... a large expanse of luminous fresh wind blown snow. Surprisingly though away from the edges it turned out to be bone hard neve with only a small amount of unconsolidated powder on top.
We pressed on to the summit and down to the lip of Coire na Tullaich in strong winds and falling snow. Here I was again concerned about fresh loading but as with earlier, when we were there, the headwall of the Coire turned out to be firm hard snow with only an inch of powder on top making for a quick descent.
Warm, wet n wild tomorrow, hopefully better in the New Year. Have a good one!