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Glencoe // Sunday 14th February 2016
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How steep do you want to go, lots of options around the East Ridge and Flypaper Bowl - check Flypaper status each day at the Rescue Station.

Going up Ski Tow Gully on the Rannoch Button. With both top tows queues on the upper mountain were minimal.

Looking down on the Rescue Station from the Rannoch Button.

Plateau Poma doing it's thing. Old Mugs Alley and Low Road are in great shape though for green terrain.

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A very busy valentines day at Glencoe, but with both top tows open the queue was fairly small for the upper tows. With the Cliffhanger out of action the Wall has had the biggest queue, reports today were of a 10 minute wait.

There is good riding to be had for all ability levels, from the gentle nursery slope by the Rope Tow to some ferocious lines in the bowl of the Flypaper. Flypaper needs respect it is bearing teeth and falls will take you into Buttress Rock.

For those seeking more mellow turns the new Coire Pollach Tow has excellent runs via the various options on Old Mugs Alley. People are riding the full area between the Low Road and Plateau Poma, and there is great fresh snow further East on the Plateau beyond the Low Road.

Thanks to Glencoe Mountain Resort and Paraffin for today's photos, there are more in the Public Reports.
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